Indian captain and opener Rohit Sharma holds the record for most sixes in T20 cricket. He needs two sixes for this. Rohit will get this opportunity through the first T20 against Australia today. The Indian captain is batting great this season. He scored 423 runs in 17 matches at an average of 26.43 and a strike rate of 143.38. Rohit also hit 21 sixes in these 17 matches. Currently Martin Guptill tops the list with 172 sixes and Chris Gayle is third with 124 sixes.
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This hit man will create a special record against Australia
India’s ‘hit man’ Rohit Sharma will get a chance to surpass Dhoni in scoring the most runs against Australia in international cricket. If Rohit scores 30 runs, he will overtake Dhoni, the Indian captain has so far scored 2934 runs in 70 innings against Australia in international cricket, while Dhoni has scored 2963 runs in 96 innings.
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Chances for KL Rahul too
KL Rahul has a chance to complete 2000 runs in T20 Internationals. If Rahul succeeds in scoring 37 runs, he will become the third Indian batsman to reach 2000 runs in T20 Internationals. Rohit and Virat Kohli have done this feat before.
Virat needs 207 runs
Virat has a chance to jump to the second spot in the list of Indian batsmen with the most runs in international cricket. Virat needs 207 runs for this. He will be ranked sixth in the list of batsmen in the world. Currently, Virat is at the seventh position in this list. Rahul Dravid is sixth in the world list of most international runs, while Dravid is currently second in the Indian list.
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Virat’s international performance
International matches: 468
International runs: 24,002
Half century: 124
Highest Score: 254*
Giants’ record in T20
Rahul Dravid has scored 24,208 runs at an average of 45.41 in 509 international matches. Dravid has 48 international centuries and 146 fifties. His highest innings was 270 runs. The record for most international runs is held by Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin scored 34,357 runs at an average of 48.52 in 664 matches, including 100 centuries and 164 fifties. Also on the world list are Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka, 28,016), Ricky Ponting (Australia, 27,483), Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka, 25,957) and Jacques Kallis (South Africa, 25,534).