Best sixes in T20Is – IND vs AUS Highlights: Rohit Sharma broke Martin Guptill’s record for most sixes in T20Is on Friday. India captain Rohit surpassed Guptill’s mark in the second T20 of the tri-match series against Australia at the VCA Stadium in Nagpur.
Best t20I sixes record: In 8 over a match, chase 91 runs Rohit Sharma improved the score when he was dismissed by Josh Hazlewood with the second ball of the first round. The Indian skipper then hit an energetic 6 in most 6s in the T20Is to overtake Guptill.
For this feat, Rohit stuck his front foot and hit the ball high into the night sky of Nagpur. Rohit hit the next ball max with his famous square leg shot.
Rohit hit two sixes in the next two overs by the Australian bowler and he didnt stop there. First the Mumbaikar took Pat Cummins as a decoy at square leg and then hit spinner Adam Zampa for 3-overs in the 6th over.
Indian captain Rohit Sharma equalized the New Zealand batsman for the most six bats in T20I cricket history (172) before taking the field today. But now Rohit Sharma leads with 176 points.
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Former England captain Eoin Morgan (120), Australian captain Aaron Finch (119), and others like Chris Gayle (124), are in third, fourth, and fifth place, respectively.
Rohit Sharma has a chance to extend his lead in the next match of the T20 series against Australia. His T20 match his third in the series will take place at Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Sunday.
Rohit Sharma’s superb batting effort sealed a three-game tie in a 1-1 draw on Friday. The Blues captain is unbeaten in 46 innings in 20 matches beating India by six wickets.
Rohit scored 91 runs in eight overs and chased the target at a great pace. Hazlewood set the tone with consecutive sixes in the opener and kept the tight end as Zampa took three wickets to get the visitors back into the game. And it absorbs pressure in closed phase due to certain limitations.