Rohit Sharma 3 Sixes Away From Becoming First Indian To Join Elite List: IPL 2021: Apart from Rohit, no other Indian batsman has managed to reach 350 sixes in the shorter format. CSK hitter Suresh Raina (324) is the second Indian on the over-six list. Mumbai Indians (MI) captain Rohit Sharma rested for the team’s match against the Chennai Super Kings and they lost him in the chase as MI lost the match by 20 runs. The “Blue Brigade” leader is expected to return to the field on Thursday when MI takes on the Kolkata Knight Riders in a crucial game. Rohit’s quiet presence is desperately needed at the top of the rankings on an IM batting list full of hitmakers. As he drops anchor to lead the innings, Rohit’s great abilities are second to none.
Rohit Sharma 3 Sixes Away From Becoming First Indian To Join Elite List
On Thursday, Rohit could become the first Indian to beat 400 sixes in T20. Cricket if he gets 3-highs against KKR under his belt. With 397 sixes in the shortest format. Rohit is currently in eighth place on the all-time list, led by West Indies mighty hitter Chris Gayle.
Gayle has a staggering 1042 sixes to her name in her decorated T20 career. Current West Indies Limited overs captain Kieron Pollard (756) is in second place. Followed by Andre Russell (509), Brendon McCullum (485), Shane Watson (467), AB de Villers (430), and Aaron Finch (399).
Apart from Rohit, no other Indian batsman has managed to reach 350 sixes in the shorter format. CSK batsman Suresh Raina (324) is the second Indian on the list of six. Firstly followed by Captain Virat Kohli (315) of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Captain MS Dhoni (303) of CSK.