Day 3 of the Virtual Five5 Cricket World Championship 2020 saw the spectators get treated to some truly stellar displays in the simulated reality league cricket tournament on an individual front.

Among the many standout performances on the day, Rohan Sharma's dominant performance against NZ and Ken Williamson's heady knock against PAK shone in particular. 

We take a closer look at two of the best batting performances from the third day of the tournament.

Rohan Sharma vs NZ

IND continued their unbeaten streak so far into the tournament and climbed to the top of Group B with four wins in four matches, and their latest success was due in no small part to Rohan Sharma's stellar showing with the bat.

After IND won the toss and elected to bat, Sharma took control of the proceedings from the outset. Living up to his reputation of a big-hitter, Sharma whacked off seven boundaries and a six en route to a contribution of 39 runs toward India's winning total of 54.

Ken Williamson vs PAK

Although NZ ended up losing to PAK in this encounter, it was certainly not from a lack of effort from Ken Williamson.

The skipper came in at no. 3 after opener Callum Munro was out for a duck on the first ball of the match. He soon proceeded to hit the PAK bowlers, putting together a knock of 35 not out toward his side's otherwise measly total of 41.

That was easily chased down by PAK with five balls to spare but everyone will remember Williamson's valiant effort on the day.