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Rohit Sharma: Records in International Cricket

Rohit Sharma is playing his natural game and records are coming automatically. Currently he is at the second rank in the ICC ODI ranking.At the age of 32 years Rohit has scored 12,665 runs with the help of 3 double centuries, 34 centuries and 69 half centuries in the all formats of the International cricket. 
Aug 1, 2019 11:12 IST
Rohit Sharma

Personal information of Rohit Sharma

Full Name: Rohit Gurunath Sharma

Designation: Vice captain of Indian cricket Team

Date and place of Birth: 30 April 1987 (age 32), Nagpur, Maharashtra

Wife: Ritika Sajdeh

Nickname: Hitman, Shaana, Ro

Height : 5 ft 8 inch

ICC ODI Ranking: 2

Rohit Sharma One day career batting summary

ODI Debut: versus Ireland on Jun 23, 2007.

Rohit Sharma has played 213 ODIs for India. He has scored 8554 runs in the in 207 innings while remaining not out in 32 innings which is a achievement in itself because an opening batsman usually get out due to long inning.

The although the average of the Rohit is not as good as MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli carries but he is the only batsman in the cricket history who has scored 3 double centuries in the one day international matches.

Records of Rohit Sharma in the ODIs are;

1. The highest individual score of 264 in the ODIs is scored by the Rohit Sharma.

2. He is the third highest century Scorer Indian in the ODIs after the Sachin and Virat Kohli. Sachin and kohli have scored 49 and 41 centuries respectively in the ODIs.

3. He is the only batsmen in the 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup who has scored 5 centuries.

4. Rohit has a unique record of reaching a century with a six in all three formats.

5. Rohit has the record of scoring highest number of fours (33) in an ODI inning.

6. Rohit Sharma broken the record of most runs from fours and sixes in an ODI inning by scoring 186 runs through boundaries. Earlier this record was hold by the Shane Watson.

7. Rohit has the second highest number of sixes, 16 (after Eoin Morgan, 17), in an ODI innings.

8. Rohit Sharma is the only batsman who scored 7 innings of 150+ in ODIs; breaking the records of David Warner and Sachin Tendulkar.

9. He is fastest Indian opener and the second fastest opener in the world to touch 5000 ODI runs. Rohit took 102 innings to do so while Hashim Amla achieved this feat in just 100 innings.

10. He is fastest Indian opener (83 innings) and the second fastest opener (behind Hashim Amla) in the world to score 4000 ODI runs.

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Snapshot of the Rohit Sharma’s Test match career:

Test Match Debut: versus West Indies at Kolkata on Nov 6-8, 2013.
As the playing habit, Rohit is not considered a test match player because he is new master blaster after Sachin Tendulkar.

Rohit has played just 27 test matches and he has scored 1585 runs at the average of 39.62 with the help of 3 centuries and 10 half centuries.

Snapshot of the Rohit Sharma’s T-20 (International) career:

T-20I Debut: versus England at Durban, Sep 19, 2007

Rohit has played 96, T-20 international matches. In these 96 matches he was not out in 14 matches and scored 2422 runs at the average of 32.73 while scoring 4 centuries.

Worth to mention that Virat Kohli could not score a century in the T-20I format so far.

Records of Rohit Sharma in the T-20I are;

1. Sharma is the highest run scorer Indian player (118 runs) in the T-20I format.

2. Sharma is the second Indian after Suresh Raina to have scored at least a century in each of the three forms of International Cricket.

3. Rohit Sharma is the only Indian to score a T20I century as a captain.

4. He has the record of most number of sixes (i.e. 10) by an Indian batsman in T20Is format.

5. He became the first and the only batsman in the world to score four T20I centuries.

6. He also holds the record for having most number i.e. 19 half centuries in the T20I format.

So there were some interesting international records of the Rohit Sharma. I hope that in the coming years Rohit will make more records in all the formats of the international cricket.

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