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Rohit Sharma: Rohit’s big achievement in the semi-finals, the only batsman to make a record

Ritul Pandey

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Rohit Sharma is always considered a big match player. He has also proved this. There were concerns about Rohit’s form before the T20 World Cup. Initially, runs were not coming from Rohit’s bat during the tournament. At that time, experts had expressed concern. As soon as the Super-8 round started, Rohit showed his true form. He played a stormy innings of 92 runs in 41 balls against Australia. He scored a half-century against England on the difficult pitch of Guyana. In this way, Team India’s innings was made. Now it has entered the final by defeating England. Rohit set a flurry of records in the important semi-final match.

Rohit Sharma played an innings of 57 runs in 39 balls in the important semi-final match. He hit 6 fours and 2 sixes in the innings. He became the first batsman to hit 50 sixes in the T20 World Cup. After him, Virat Kohli hit 33 and Yuvraj Singh also hit the same number of sixes. Apart from this, Rohit did a big feat in this match. Rohit has earlier hit 50 sixes in the ODI World Cup and World Test Championship. Now he has completed 50 sixes in the T20 World Cup. He is the first batsman to achieve this feat in three tournaments.

Virat before Rohit

Rohit Sharma has made another record in his name with this brilliant innings. He is the first Indian captain to score a half-century in a T20 World Cup knockout match. He also has the second-most runs (771) in ICC knockouts. Before him is Virat Kohli, who has scored 863 runs.

this was done for the third time

Team India defeated England by 68 runs in the semi-final match. Rohit Sharma has led the Indian team to the finals of an ICC tournament for the third time under his captaincy. In this matter, he has equaled former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly and West Indies captain Brian Lara. Ricky Ponting and Mahendra Singh Dhoni are ahead of Rohit Sharma in this matter. Both of them have led the team to the finals of ICC tournaments 4 times each under their captaincy.

Ritul Pandey

Ritul Pandey

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