Rohit Sharma completes 9,000 runs in T20 cricket: Details here
Senior Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma scripted a new milestone on Thursday. Rohit has completed 9,000 runs in T20 cricket. He achieved the milestone in the fourth T20I against England. Notably, Rohit became the second Indian batsman after Virat Kohli to achieve this mark. Rohit got to the mark when he drove spinner Adil Rashid for a single. Here we present the details.
Rohit gets to 9,001 runs in T20 cricket
Rohit scored 12 runs in the fourth T20I before being dismissed by Jofra Archer. He started the match, having 8,989 runs in T20 cricket. With this knock, he got past the 9,000-run mark (9,001). Rohit now has 9,001 runs in 342 matches at a strike rate of 133.36. He has six hundreds and 63 half-centuries under his belt.
Rohit has 2,800 runs in T20Is
In T20Is, Rohit has amassed 2,800 runs at an average of 32.18. Notably, he became the third batsman to achieve this mark in T20Is after Virat Kohli and Martin Guptill.