Fourth ODI: Rohit Has Scored 150+ Runs 7 Times, The Second Batsman Who Do This 2 Times In A Series
- Zimbabwe’s Masakadza has done this in a series against Kenya in 2009.
- Tendulkar and Australia’s Warner scored 5-5 times more than 150 runs.
Mumbai: #Rohit Sharma scored 150+ runs for the seventh time in the fourth ODI against the #West Indies. He is the world’s first cricketer to do this. He is the world’s second cricketer to score 150+ runs twice in the same series. Hamilton Masakadza of Zimbabwe scored a score of more than 150 runs twice in the same ODI. He played 156 and 178 * runs on Harare ground in the home series against Kenya in October 2009.
Sachin-Warner on the second number: Sachin Tendulkar and Australia’s David Warner are second in terms of scores of 150+ runs in ODIs. Tendulkar and Warner have scored 150+ runs 5-5 times.
Rohit left behind Sachin in hitting sixes: In the case of most sixes in ODIs, Rohit has broken Sachin’s record. He has scored 198 sixes in the 192 matches. Sachin scored 195 sixes in 463 ODIs. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the most successful Indian in ODIs. He scored 218 sixes in 331 ODIs.
Rohit has also scored 150+ runs in the Guwahati ODI: Rohit had scored 152 in 117 balls in the first ODI in Guwahati in the series against the West Indies. In that match he used 15 fours and eight sixes In this ODI, Rohit scored 162 runs in 137 balls. He scored 20 boundaries and four sixes during his innings.
Rohit’s 21st ODI century: This is Rohit’s 21st century in ODIs. In the case of getting the most hundreds, he equals Herschelle Gibbs of South Africa. Apart from Rohit, only Sachin Tendulkar (49 centuries), Virat Kohli (38) and Sourav Ganguly (22) are among the Indian cricketers.
Rohit gets 1000 runs against West Indies: Rohit became India’s fifth player to score 1,000 ODI runs against the West Indies. Before them, Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Kohli, and Sourav Ganguly have done this. Rohit has 1593 against Australia and 1562 runs against Sri Lanka.
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