09 Nov 2019
3rd T20I, India vs Bangladesh: Records that could be scripted
The series is tied 1-1 at the moment after Bangladesh were beaten comprehensively on Thursday in Rajkot.
The third match could witness some notable feats and records during the match.
Here we list out the same.
Rohit Sharma could script these fantastic records
Rohit Sharma is tied with Virat Kohli for most number of fifty-plus scores in T20Is (22).
He can script a record if he gets another fifty-plus score.
Rohit (225 fours) needs 11 more to surpass Kohli (235) in terms of most fours hit in T20Is.
Rohit has 340 boundaries (fours and sixes) and needs 10 more to get to the mark of 350.
Rohit could surpass 500-run mark against Bangladesh
In the second T20I, Rohit equaled Virat Kohli (36) in terms of career T20I catches.
He is now the joint-second most successful Indian after Suresh Raina.
On Sunday, another catch will see him get past Kohli.
He has five fifties against Bangladesh and could script another notable score.
He needs 50 more runs to reach the figure of 500 in T20Is against Bangladesh.
Stat attack: Dhawan could script these records
Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan have amassed 1,740 partnership runs in T20Is.
They need another 60-run stand to get past the tally of 1,800 runs.
Dhawan has 1,485 runs in T20Is. He needs 15 more to reach the figure of 1,500 runs and become the fifth Indian batsman to do so.
Dhawan also needs four sixes to register the mark of 50 in T20Is.
Bangladesh cricketers could amass these milestones
Mahmudullah needs 78 more to become the third Bangladesh cricketer to notch 1,500-plus runs in T20Is (1,422).
He needs two more sixes to register the mark of 50 and become the first cricketer from his nation to achieve this feat.
Liton Das needs 12 runs to get to the mark of 500.
Mushfiqur Rahim needs three sixes to surpass Shakib Al Hasan's tally (33).
Chahal could become India's most successful T20I bowler
Yuzvendra Chahal has 49 career T20I scalps and needs one more to reach the figure of 50. He will become the third Indian bowler to achieve this mark. He needs to claim four wickets to become the most successful Indian bowler in T20Is.