Rohit made three world records in 1 day, Babar's world record was also broken

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. Rohit Sharma is not called 'Hitman' in world cricket for nothing. The captain of the Indian cricket team played a tremendous innings in the T20 World Cup against Australia. He thrashed the Australian bowlers in the Super 8 match played in St. Lucia. Except Josh Hazlewood, Rohit showed the stars to bowlers like Mitchell Starc and Adam Zampa in the daytime. Rohit played an innings of 92 runs in 41 balls which included 8 skyscraper sixes. Apart from this, he hit 7 fours. During this, he scored runs at a strike rate of 224.39.

Rohit Sharma has become the only batsman to hit 200 sixes in T20 International cricket. He has also become the batsman to hit the most sixes against a single team in international cricket. Apart from this, Rohit has also become the highest run-scorer in T20 International cricket. During this, he broke the world record of Pakistan captain Babar Azam. Rohit has also left Virat Kohli behind.

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Hitman became the king of T20 International cricket
Rohit Sharma has become the highest run scorer in T20 International cricket. He has scored the most runs by scoring 4165 runs in 157 T20 International matches. He surpassed Babar Azam who has scored 4145 runs in 123 matches. Virat Kohli has slipped from second to third position. Kohli has 4103 runs in 123 matches.

Rohit broke Gayle's world record
Rohit has made a world record of hitting the most sixes against a single team in all three formats of cricket. Rohit has hit 132 sixes against Australia which is the most sixes in international cricket against a single team. During this, he broke Chris Gayle's world record. Gayle has hit 130 sixes against England.

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