India will play its absolute first match in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 against Pakistan on 24th October 2021. The extremely high power and high-pressure games among India and Pakistan have eagerly awaited the country over. India and Pakistan have clashed on a few events, on the planet cup, in the ODI world cup, in a few series, and in Asia cups previously. We have cut you a memory down the rundown of the top 5 biggest records of Rohit Sharma against Pakistan.
Here’re 5 biggest records Rohit Sharma set against Pakistan:
#First Indian to score consecutive hundreds
Rohit Sharma turned into the foremost Indian to score consecutive centuries against Pakistan in ODI cricket. Eight players before Rohit scored at least two centuries for India in ODIs against Pakistan, yet none did it in consecutive innings.
Rohit is simply the second Indian to score a century against Pakistan in a significant ICC competition. Virat Kohli turned into the main when he scored 107 out of 2015 at the Adelaide Oval.
#Scored 5th consecutive 50+ score
Rohit Sharma scored his fifth sequential fifty or more score in ODI cricket whenever he first scored more than three progressive ODI fifties. He is presently fifth Indian to score fifty and more in five continuous ODI innings.
#Second highest run scorer against Pakistan in World Cup
Rohit’s 140-run thump is presently the second most elevated individual score by any player against Pakistan in the World Cup. Just Andrew Symonds (143 of every 2003) scored more runs against Pakistan in a World Cup game.
#Fasted Fifty by an Indian against Pakistan
Rohit’s 34-ball fifty is the quickest for him in the ODI design and the quickest by any player in the India-Pakistan World Cup games. Sachin Tendulkar’s 37-ball fifty in the 2003 release was the past speediest fifty in an IND-PAK CWC installation.
Don’t forget to tune in on 24th October 2021 for the IND vs PAK match. It might be historical in some sense; who knows!
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