The Seattle Times – BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) — Catch him if you can.
- Rohit Sharma became the leading scorer at the Cricket World Cup on Tuesday, and once again had a little help from the opposition despite his batting brilliance.
- It was Sharma’s record-matching fourth century of the World Cup.
- “I had a great feeling right at the start,” the 32-year-old Sharma said about his batting form, not Tamim’s fingers.
- The only other batsman to hit four centuries in a single World Cup is Sri Lanka great Kumar Sangakkara, in 2015, but Sharma has his eyes on an even bigger record.
- Shakib has one game left — against Pakistan — so it’s unlikely but not impossible that he’ll catch Sachin Tendulkar’s all-time record haul of 673 runs at one World Cup.