Rohit Sharma Is Close To Create Another World Record In T20I
The Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma is on the verge of creating another world record in T20I history. He has to hit only two more sixes in T20I cricket to become the batsman with most sixes in T20Is.
Moreover, he also became the leading six-hitter in international cricket as an Indian batsman. While MS Dhoni has hit 348 international sixes, Rohit Sharma has already hit 349 international sixes.
Now, Rohit Sharma is very close to becoming the leader in the most sixes in the T20I career list. He is currently in the third position with 102 T20I sixes. Only Chris Gayle (Windies) and Martin Guptill (New Zealand) are ahead of him as both have hit 103 T20I sixes.
Top ten most T20I sixes hitters
|Player (Team)||Matches (Innings)||Number of sixes|
|Chris Gayle (Windies)||56 (52)||103|
|Martin Guptill (New Zealand)||76 (74)||103|
|Rohit Sharma (India)||93 (85)||102|
|Colin Munro (New Zealand)||52 (49)||92|
|Brendon McCullum (New Zealand)||71 (70)||91|
|Shane Watson (Australia)||58 (56)||83|
|Aaron Finch (Australia)||50 (50)||79|
|David Warner (Australia)||70 (70)||79|
|Eoin Morgan (England)||77 (75)||77|
|Yuvraj Singh (India)||58 (51)||74|
Rohit Sharma has the great chance in the upcoming India-Australia T20I series
India is ready to face Australia at home in the limited-overs series. Before the five-match ODI series, India and Australia will play 2 T20Is. They will play these T20I matches on 24 and 27 February at Visakhapatnam and Bengaluru respectively.
The Indian limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma has the excellent opportunity to achieve this record in the upcoming home series. He has to hit only two sixes to becoming the leader in the most sixes in the T20Is. While he is in the top form at present, it can be expected that Rohit Sharma will achieve this feat very soon in the upcoming T20I series.
After this T20I series, India doesn’t has any T20I schedule till the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup that will begin on 30 May. England and Wales will organise the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, while India will start their journey on 5 June against South Africa at Southampton.
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