Rohit made many records with ‘Six’ in his 100th T20 International match

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  • Rohit set the 18th half-century of T20 International career, 3 match series 1-1
  • Bangladesh scored 153 for 6 wickets in 20 overs, India achieved the target in 15.4 overs.
  • Rohit Sharma became the highest batsman of all six formats in a calendar year
  • The third and deciding T20 match of the series will play in Nagpur on 10 November


Why Rohit Sharma is called the ‘hitman’ of Team India, he proved once again by raining sixes and fours in the second T-20 match against Bangladesh in Rajkot. Rohit played stormy innings of 85 off 43 balls. He hit 6 sixes and 6 fours. Not only did India beat Bangladesh with their explosive batting, but Rohit also won new records.

Rohit Sharma creates sixes record in his 100th T20 International match

In the absence of Virat Kohli, Rohit, who is commanding Team India, has become the highest-scoring batsman of all formats in this calendar year. The most important thing is that Rohit achieved this achievement for the third consecutive year. This year, he has recorded 66 sixes so far.

What year did Rohit hit sixes

This rain of sixes with Rohit’s bat started in 2017. He hit 65 sixes that year. Last year, he created a new record of 74 Sixers. Know when in a calendar year, who has the highest number of six in all formats

Highest six in T20 (among Indians)
Rohit Sharma – 349
Suresh Raina – 311
MS Dhoni – 295

Highest six in T20 International (as captain)
37- Rohit Sharma (17 innings)
34- MS Dhoni (62 innings)
26- Virat Kohli (26 innings)

The name was recorded as soon as it landed for the toss

When Rohit Sharma landed for a toss against Bangladesh in Rajkot on Thursday, another record was recorded in his name. This was the 100th match of his T20 International career. He became the first Indian male cricketer to achieve this feat.

Overall he became the second male cricketer in the world. More international matches have been played by Pakistan’s Shoaib Malik (111 matches) in this format

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