Rohit Sharma picks five all-time greatest Indian batsman

Rohit Sharma picks five all-time greatest Indian batsman

Rohit Sharma (Pic Source: Twitter)

The COVID-19 outbreak has put the world on halt for now. In order to save themselves from the contagious virus, the people world over have been staying inside to doors. The offline activities have come to a complete halt and the online companies have asked their employees to work from home.

In last couple of months, the virus has contaminated over 28 lac people consuming over 1.97 lac lives in this duration. Sports events the world over have taken a drubbing over last one and half months and the IPL has also been deferred indefinitely.

The Cricketers and Cricket experts are enjoying this untimely break with their families. While they have nothing much to do, the players and fans are now keeping themselves busy by conducting question answer sessions on twitter and other social media platforms.

Indian opener Rohit Sharma, in a recent Instagram session with his former teammate Harbhajan Singh, discussed a number of things. Rohit Sharma, who has shared the dressing room with many legends of the game in his 12-year career, named his all-time favourite top five Indian batsman.

Rohit picked Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Virender Sehwag, VVS Laxman, and Sourav Ganguly in his list. These legends arguably belong to the best generation of Indian Cricket. In the leadership of Sourav Ganguly aka Dada, these five played a pivotal role in the miracle turnaround aftermath the match fixing scandal.

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If all their records are put together, it’s almost impossible to match them for any team. These legends carried the Indian Cricket baton for almost two decades, before they pass it to the likes of MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah.

At present, Rohit Sharma himself is one of the best openers of the limited overs format of game and in line to finish as GOAT in limited overs cricket. Popularly known as Hit-Man, Rohit Sharma has hit three double centuries in ODIs and four centuries in T20Is. In the last World Cup in England, Rohit Sharma became first man in the history to hit five centuries in a World Cup.

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