Amid IPL 10, MI Captain Hits 30, Twitter Pours In With Wishes

Rohit Sharma Celebrates His Birthday During IPL 10 Season:

Rohit Sharma aka Hitman celebrates his 30th birthday on 30th April during the ongoing season of IPL 10. The MI captain received birthday wishes on Twitter. He was courteous enough to reply some.

Jhonty Rodes and Sangakkara also sent their wishes over to Hitman. The MI captain also wished the young sensation good luck for the future.

The birthday became sweet as Mumbai Indians were able to come over Gujrat Lion in a very close match. The match went to the last over and there was no result possible even after the last bowl of the match was bowled.

After winning the match against Gujrat Lions, Rohit Sharma cut the cake at midnight to celebrate hist birthday with the team. Mumbai Indian Fan page uploaded a video of the cake cutting ceremony.


Both the teams were tied at 153 after stipulated 20 overs. To break the tie breaker super over was taken. In the super over Jaspreet Bumrah’s excellent bowling ensured a perfect birthday gift for Rohit Sharma.

It was by far the best match of the IPL 10. Both the teams fought hard to swing the results in their favor. However, Mumbai Indian came on the top, courtesy some excellent bowling display by Jaspreet Bumrah.

Earlier in the day, it was superb bowling performance by Basil Thampi that allowed Gujarat Lions to defend the small total.

Here are some of the Birthday Wish Tweets:

Then it was twitter’s turn to pour in the wishes for the Hitman, Rohit Sharma.

Shewag wished Rohit also uploaded a pic with the star batsman.

The master blaster also sent his good wishes to Rohit Sharma.

Mumbai Indian’s new batting sensation Nitesh Rana also sent his wishes across to the captain.

Former Team Director Ravi Shastri also sent his wishes across to Rohit Sharma

Team India’s coach Anil Kumble joined the party as well.








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