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Nov 07, 2019
10:34PM

Rohit Sharma becomes 1st Indian male cricketer to play 100 T20I

Stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma
Stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma today became the first Indian man and second in world cricket to complete 100 T-20 Internationals. 

He reached the milestone when he led the team in the second match against Bangladesh at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium. Shoaib Malik with 111 games from Pakistan is the only player to have played more than 100 T20 Internationals.

Rohit is currently the top-scorer in this format with 2452 runs with regular skipper Virat Kohli second in the list with an aggregate of 2450 runs. Rohit has scored the runs at a strike-rate of 136.67 with four hundreds and 17 half-centuries.


 

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