Rohit Sharma Breaks Martin Guptill’s World Record

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Rohit Sharma Breaks Martin Guptill's World Record

Martin Guptill of New Zealand was the previous top run-scorer in men’s T20 Internationals before Rohit Sharma passed him. Before the first Twenty20 International against the West Indies began, Rohit needed 21 runs to surpass Guptill.

Additionally, Rohit Sharma is the T20 International century leader. Rohit Sharma has so far struck 4 hundred and 26 half-centuries for India in 129 matches played in the shortest format. With 116 games under his belt for New Zealand, Martin Guptill has amassed 3399 runs, including 200 half-centuries.

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With 3308 runs from 99 matches, Virat Kohli is third among men’s T20 International scorers but has not yet reached the century mark. However, in the shortest format, he has reached the 30s. For the ODI and T20I series against West Indies, Kohli was rested because of his recent slump in performance.

While Shikhar Dhawan led India to a 3-0 victory in the ODI series, Rohit Sharma rested and returned to captain India in the T20I series. The West Indies were thoroughly defeated by an Indian team for the first time ever in the West Indies.

Rohit Sharma’s Performance:

After a start-stop phase, Rohit Sharma, who replaced Virat Kohli as India’s captain across all forms earlier this year, will try to regain his form and rhythm. Rohit scored a fun half-century against England in the first ODI after overcoming his health problems, but he is still far from his explosive T20 form.

In T20 Internationals, Rohit shares the record for the fastest hundred. In a T20I match against Sri Lanka in December 2017, Rohit scored a 35-ball century to tie South African David Miller’s 35-ball century from barely two months earlier.

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