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Rohit Sharma becomes the most capped player in T20I format

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Whenever Rohit Sharma left onto the recreation area in India’s third T20I against Sri Lanka, the magic cricketer prearranged a totally different record. That of being the most covered T20I player worldwide He played his 125th T20I accordingly surpassing the second-set Shoaib Malik who has played 124 T20I games for Pakistan. 

Mohammad Hafeez comes third on the rundown having played 119 T20Is in his profession for Pakistan. As far as Indians who have played in excess of 100 T20Is, Sharma is the main player to have accomplished the accomplishment. Behind him is former  Indian skipper MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli, who have played 98 and 97 T20 internationals separately.

The Mumbai-born cricketer made his T20I debut at the 2007 T20 World Cup held in South Africa. He intrigued quickly by adding to the group that proceeded to win prizes under Dhoni. Rohit has since scored 3308 runs at an average of 33. 

He has continued on ahead at a noteworthy strike rate surrounding 140 with 26 half-centuries and four centuries to his name. The player has a high score of 118 in the T20I format.

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Piling acclaim on Sharma’s achievement was Indian Cricketer, Sunil Gavaskar. The former Indian cricketer proceeded to say that the hitter will go down as one of the best white ball cricketers the game has seen.

The as of late named all design Indian skipper is in heavenly structure as a captain having whitewashed the West Indies in a T20I series and is presently near the precarious edge of rehashing it against Sri Lanka.

“Without a doubt, one of the greatest white-ball players. Look at his performance as a batter and as a captain. Look at the way, he has changed the fortunes of whichever team he has played for. He will definitely go down as one of the greatest white-ball players. In the last World Cup, he hit 5 hundreds. He will go down as one of the greatest white-ball players ever,” Said by Sunil Gavaskar on Star Sports.

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