Rohit Sharma: Register new records during India vs Bangladesh 2nd T20I
Rohit Sharma has also made many records during the match. Rohit Sharma became the first Indian cricketer (male) to play 100 T20 International cricket matches.
Rohit Sharma has achieved another feat during India vs Bangladesh 2nd T20I match. He gave an important victory gift in his 100th T20 International match at Saurashtra Cricket Stadium in Rajkot. India defeated Bangladesh by eight wickets thanks to Rohit's 85 runs.
Rohit Sharma has also made many records during the match. Rohit Sharma became the first Indian cricketer (among men's team) to play 100 T20 International cricket matches. Rohit achieved this feat while leading the team during the second T20 International against Bangladesh at Rajkot.
100 T20 International Matches
Rohit Sharma has scored 2533 runs in 92 innings of 100 matches at an average of 32 and a strike rate of 137.68. In this short format of Cricket, Rohit Sharma has hit 115 sixes so far. Pakistan's Shoaib Malik is the only man cricketer who played more than 100 T20 internationals. There are 111 matches registered in his name.
Most Sixes by Indian Player
• Rohit hit a total of six sixes in the match. Rohit now has 398 sixes in 348 international matches. Rohit Sharma is currently the only Indian batsman with the most sixes in T20.
• He has made this record for the third consecutive year. Earlier in 2017 and 2018, he became the highest sixes batsman in all three formats of cricket in a calendar year.
• Rohit has scored more than 75 runs in T20 matches for the 10th time, making him the first player to do so in T20 cricket.
Most runs in T20I
Rohit had scored 2452 T20 international runs before this match. He is the most successful batsman of this format. India's regular captain Virat Kohli is in second place with 2450 runs. Now, he has completed 2537 runs. In this match, Rohit Sharma was dismissed after playing 85 runs in 43 balls. In this innings, he hit 6 fours and 6 sixes. Rohit's strike rate was more than 197 during the match.