India chief Rohit Sharma on Sunday broke Virat Kohli’s record for the most 50 or more scores in the T20I internationals during the third and last T20I against New Zealand in Kolkata. Sharmas 30th 50 years in T20 internationals assisted him with going past comrade Virat Kohli, who is refreshed from this series.
Kohli is presently positioned second on the rundown with 3227 runs from 95 matches at a normal of 52.04 with 29 fifties. Quite, Kohli, who ventured down as T20I skipper after India’s initial exit from the T20 World Cup, has been refreshed from the continuous T20I series. With the series previously fixed, Rohit will presently intend to finish a whitewash over New Zealand as a full-time commander of the Indian group.
Rohit went on a record-breaking binge on Sunday as he turned out to be just the second cricketer after Martin Guptill to hit 150 sixes in T20 global cricket. Rohit accomplished the accomplishment by hitting Lockie Ferguson for a six over the square-leg fence. The Hitman presently remains at 150 sixes from 119 matches, 11 behind Guptill’s count of 161 from 112 games.
Prior on Friday, Rohits inning of 55 assisted him with approaching Kohlis record of generally 50 or more scores or more in T20I cricket. Additionally, New Zealand opener Martin Guptill overwhelmed Kohli to turn into the most elevated run-scorer in T20 Internationals. He has a count of 3248 runs in 107 innings.
Rohit Sharma presently holds the record for generally 50+ in addition to scores (30) in T20 internationals. Rohit outperformed countryman Virat Kohli (29) during the third T20I against New Zealand on Sunday.