'Hitman' missed a century by 8 runs…completed 19000 runs in international cricket

Orhan Wadia
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Rohit Sharma hit half century in 19 balls Hitman hits fastest half-century of T20 World Cup 2024

New Delhi. Indian captain Rohit Sharma missed a century against Australia by 8 runs. He scored a half-century in 19 balls in his third match of the Super 8 of the T20 World Cup 2024, which is the fastest half-century of this World Cup. Rohit thrashed Australia's most dangerous fast bowler Mitchell Starc. He scored a total of 29 runs in one over of Starc by hitting 4 sixes and a four. The Indian team can secure its place in the semi-finals of the World Cup by winning this match. Rohit Sharma also completed 19000 runs in international cricket. He has become the highest run-scorer in T20 international cricket. Rohit set a flurry of records in this match.

The match between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) is going on at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium. In this match, Australian captain Mitchell Marsh won the toss and decided to bowl first. Team India lost the wicket of Virat Kohli at a total score of 6. Virat could not open his account despite playing five balls. After this, Rohit adopted an aggressive stance.

Rohit was clean bowled by Starc
Rohit Sharma played an innings of 92 runs in 41 balls. He hit 8 sixes and 7 fours. Rohit was clean bowled by Mitchell Starc.

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Rohit Sharma has become the first batsman in the world to hit 200 sixes in T20 International cricket. Batting first against Australia, India scored 114 runs for 2 wickets in 10 overs. This is the highest score in the history of the World Cup.

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