5. Rohit Sharma (209 in 158 balls vs Australia in Bangalore in 2013)
The Mumbai batsman was spot on with his fantastic strokeplay and cracking cover drives. The 32-year-old showed excellent wrist work on the leg side and punched the ball neatly in the gaps.
Rohit Sharma is known to play some beautiful cricketing shots, and this particular inning will give any budding cricketers an idea on how to build your innings. The right-hander is a sweet timer of the ball which was clearly visible in this innings.
The opener paced his innings well and accelerated after the 30th over which helped India to post a total of 384. He hit 12 boundaries and 16 sixes which helped India to win the game by 57 runs after scoring 383/7 in 50 overs. India won the seven-match series 4-3.