Rohit Sharma sixes: Only 4 sixes and… Rohit Sharma can break this big record of Shahid Afridi today

New Delhi: The second match of the five-match T20 series is to be played between India and West Indies (India vs West Indies 2nd T20i) in St Kitts today. In the match, Indian captain Rohit Sharma can make big records in his name. Hitman will not only have to score 57 runs for this, but also have to blow four sixes.

Rohit can come from third to second number

Rohit Sharma, who made his debut in 2007, has hit a total of 473 sixers in 407 international matches, ahead of him is Pakistan’s legendary all-rounder Shahid Afridi. While the former Pakistan captain played 524 matches to hit 476 sixes. Universe boss Chris Gayle, who is at number one, has hit 553 sixes in 483 matches. In such a situation, if Rohit hits four sixes today, then he will come second after overtaking Shahid Afridi.

Waiting for another record after scoring 57 runs
If Rohit Sharma scores 57 runs in today’s match, then he will become the first player to complete 3500 runs in international cricket. No other batsman has reached this milestone. Rohit Sharma is followed by New Zealand’s Martin Guptill (3399), India’s Virat Kohli (3308), Ireland’s Paul Stirling (2894) and Australia’s Aaron Finch (2855).

Rohit scored 64 runs in the first match

In the first match played in Trinidad, the Indian team won a huge victory. Batting first after losing the toss, the Indian runbanks gave 190 runs. Rohit Sharma played a brilliant innings of 64 runs in 44 balls while playing the captaincy innings. Against the target of 191 runs, West Indies could score only 122 runs. In this way, the match was in favor of India by 68 runs.

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