(Photo) India bow out of T20 World Cup on a high

Rohit

Aryan Surana

Virat Kohli's batting services weren't required in his final game as T20I captain, but he did get to bow out on a high. So do head coach Ravi Shastri, Bharat Arun and R Sridhar for whom this is the last game of their contracts. It was an absolutely clinical show from India – as ruthless as it gets. 132 was way too less on a good batting surface and the openers once again gave a rousing start, Rohit Sharma, in particular, looking in his element from ball one. Once Rohit fell after a fine fifty, KL Rahul kicked on and along with Suryakumar Yadav, ensuring that the win was nailed with the best part of five overs left.