Rohit Sharma was able to score only 12 runs in the fourth T20 International against England, but in the meantime, he completed 9000 runs in T20 cricket. He has become the second batsman of India and the ninth batsman of the world to achieve this feat.
Rohit Sharma Completes 9000 Runs
Rohit, who played his 342nd match in T20, needed only 11 runs to reach this point. He achieved this feat by taking six, four and a run in the first over of Adil Rashid’s innings.
Rohit now has 9001 runs in T20, including 2800 runs of T20 International. Before Rohit, Indian captain Virat Kohli reached this point. Before this match, he had 9650 runs in 302 games in his name.
Most runs in T20 are registered in Chris Gayle’s name (13720 runs) of the West Indies. He was followed by Kieron Pollard (10629) from West Indies, Shoaib Malik (10488) from Pakistan, Brandon McCullum (9922) from New Zealand, David Warner (9824) from Australia, Aaron Finch (9718), AB de Villiers from Kohli, South Africa (9111) ) And Rohit’s number comes.