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हिटमैन ने रचा इतिहास, मार्टिन गप्टिल को पछाड़कर T20 में सर्वाधिक रन बनाने वाले बने बल्लेबाज

Rohit Sharma is also at the forefront of scoring centuries in the shortest format of cricket. He has scored 4 centuries and 26 half-centuries in 126 T20 matches he has played for India. Whereas Martin Guptill has scored 3399 runs in 116 matches played for New Zealand so far.

New Delhi. Hitman Rohit Sharma has created history in the first match of the T20 International series played against India and West Indies. Let us tell you that the Hitman has once again surpassed New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill to become the highest run scorer in T20 Internationals. In fact, the Hitman created havoc while striking at the Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad against the West Indies. He played an innings of 64 runs in 44 balls. Which included 7 fours and 2 sixes.

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No one is ahead of Hitman’s Hit

Rohit Sharma is also at the forefront of scoring centuries in the shortest format of cricket. He has scored 4 centuries and 27 fifties in 129 T20 matches played for India. Whereas Martin Guptill has scored 3399 runs in 116 matches played for New Zealand so far. In which 2 centuries and 20 half centuries are included.

Virat Kohli, who is called the run machine in this list, is at the third position. He has scored 3308 runs in 99 T20 internationals. However, he has not been able to score a single century in T20 Internationals so far. But he has 30 half-centuries to go. Virat Kohli is currently going through his worst phase.

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Which Indian players have scored a century

Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina, KL Rahul, Deepak Hooda and Suryakumar Yadav have scored centuries in T20 Internationals. Deepak Hooda and Suryakumar Yadav have achieved this feat this year.



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