The World Cup has been a tournament for opening batsmen and death bowlers so far.

Australia’s captain Aaron Finch and bad boy David Warner have been in ominous form, as has England’s Jason Roy. But none of them has looked quite as imposing as India’s Rohit Sharma whose centuries against SA and Pakistan laid the platform for resounding victories.    

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