India vs Sri Lanka 2nd T20I at Indore hitman Rohit Sharma’s broke many cricket records
Between India and Sri Lanka, in the second match played at the Holkar Stadium in Indore, the team of star batsman Rohit Sharma deeds a lot. Team India opener and captain Rohit Sharma scored a century in just 35 balls. Earlier, South African player David Miller scored 100 runs in 35 balls. Rohit Sharma scored 118 runs in
43 balls and was out of the Chamera ball. Rohit’s hit second century in T20 Rohit Sharma is captaining the Indian team against Sri Lanka when Virat Kohli choosing to sit out the ODI and T20I series. Apart from this ton he has scored 200 in the second ODI at Mohali, Rohit also found form in the Test series, slamming a century and putting his name in consideration for a name in the playing eleven when India tour South Africa in January.
Rohit started the innings on a slower note compared to what he did to the Sri Lankan bowlers in the latter stages. KL Rahul was hitting the ball all around the park at that point of the match while Rohit’s onslaught started in the sixth over of the innings when he slammed 15 runs off Akila Dananjaya.
The most important thing of Rohit’s century innings was that he made 108 runs with the help of fours and sixes. He hit 12 fours and 10 huge sixe ain his 108 runs. , Rohit scored 108 in just 35 balls. Rohit and Kl Rahul shared 165 runs for the first wicket. India blazed Sri Lanka bowling attack by scoring 117 in the first 10 overs without losing any wicket.
Rohit Sharma scored his third ODI double century in the second ODI against Sri Lanka. This was his second double century against Sri Lanka. No other batsman has been able to do such a thing in the history of ODI cricket. Earlier, the four players who have scored double centuries have just scored one double century.Rohit Sharma has
scored three double centuries. Rohit Sharma’s also holds the record 0f making the biggest score in one-day cricket. He has scored 264 runs against Sri Lanka. Sachin Tendulkar’s was the first who score a double century in men’s ODI. this was Rohit’s second T20I hundred — the joint-fastest in all T20Is, coming in just 35 balls —
broke the backbone of the Lankan attack and Rahul’s rollicking 89 ensured the statisticians were kept busy. Despite Sri Lanka pulling things back at the death, picking four wickets in the last 10 balls, a gargantuan total of 260 for five was virtually going to be unassailable.
Rohit Sharma is leading the Indians in terms of most sixes in an innings. Earlier, Rohit had 16 sixes in an innings against Australia in 2013.
Fastest T20hundreds cricket history
35 balls: Rohit Sharma (Ind) vs Sri Lanka, 2017
35: south africa David Miller (RSA) vs Bangladesh, 2017
45: Richard Levi (RSA) vs New Zealand, 2012
46: Faf du Plessis (RSA) vs West Indies, 2015
46: K.L. Rahul (Ind) vs West Indies, 2016
47: Aaron Finch (Aus) vs England, 2013
47: Chris Gayle (WI) vs England, 2016
48: Evin Lewis (WI) vs India, 2016
49: Glenn Maxwell (Aus) vs Sri Lanka, 2016
50: Chris Gayle (WI) vs South Africa, 2007