Rohit Sharma achieves milestone, becomes 2nd Indian to score 9000 runs in T20 format
India’s limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma added another feather to his already-illustrious cap. He becomes the only 2nd Indian player after Virat Kohli to score 9,000 runs in T20 format during the ongoing fourth T20 International against England in Ahmedabad.
Rohit Sharma was 11 runs away from finishing 9,000 stumbles into T20s which he achieved directly in the first over of today’s, 18th March, match. Rohit hit a six and a limit against Adil Rashid in the first over before Jofra Archer eliminated him for run-a-ball 12.
Chris Gayle (West Indies – 13296), Kieron Pollard (WI – 10370), Shoaib Malik (Pakistan – 9926), Brendon McCullum (New Zealand – 9922), Virat Kohli (9650 runs*), David Warner (Australia – 9451), Aaron Finch (AU – 9148) and AB de Villiers (South Africa – 9111) are additionally important for the rundown.
Rohit additionally turned into the main Indian player to finish 50 T20I sixes at home also, in the wake of opening the innings with his new partner KL Rahul.
Rohit’s skills to score runs immediately surprised many bowling line-ups, while his skill of remaining at the wrinkle for long makes him significantly more deadly. Rohit is a sequential record-breaker in limited overs cricket. He is the solitary man to score three double hundreds in one-day internationals and holds the record for the most noteworthy individual score in the organization. Back in 2014, Rohit had left the cricket world staggered with his 264 against Sri Lanka at the Eden Gardens.