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Stand-by Skipper Rohit Sharma now stands between the two states of achievement when India takes New Zealand in the Fourth One Day International of the series in Hamilton on Thursday. The visitors have already made a healthy 3-0 lead in the five-match series, and it looks forward to continuing their victory in the same manner for remaining two ODI matches.
Rohit Sharma now will be acting as stand-by skipper for the remaining two ODI matches since the regular skipper Virat Kohli rested for the rest of the tour. Rohit expects to continue India’s excellent performance in New Zealand. Apart from team triumph, Rohit Sharma is looking at a couple of individual achievements in his 200th match in the 50 over the arrangement of the game.
Until now, Rohit Sharma has smashed 215 sixes in One Day International Matches for India. He joined with wicked-keeper-batsman at the peak of the spot. Both the batsmen will get the opportunity to advance of the other in the fourth ODI, but one would feel it is Rohit who has the better chance to do as such considering he opens the innings for the ‘Men dressed in Blue’.
The following Indian players have hit most 6s in ODIs
Rohit Sharma wishes to make the second record that no Indian Captain has ever figured out how to hit a century in New Zealand. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the only one skipper by Indian side who has hit 85 runs against Zimbabwe at Auckland in the year 2015 remains the highest score in the country.
In-frame Rohit is more than fit to blowing this detail to bits as his normal bounces to 102.8 at whatever point he is captaining the side. In the 8 ODIs in which Rohit has driven the group, he has two fifties and two tons including a twofold hundred.
208* versus SL at Mohali,2017
111* versus PAK at Dubai, 2018
83* versus BDESH at Dubai, 2018
53 versus PAK at Dubai, 2018
Besides, Rohit has been in great shape in the arrangement, and he is the second-most astounding run-getter so far with 160 runs to his name in three trips. With two half-hundreds of years to his name in the last two innings in Mount Maunganui (87 and 62 separately), one would feel that a three-figure stamp is sneaking practically around the bend for the hitman ‘.