Rohit Sharma 264
Rohit Sharma 264: India opener Rohit Sharma set a new record in 2014 by scoring 264 runs in an ODI against Sri Lanka today. He recorded the highest individual score in ODI International cricket on November 13, 2014. Still the record remains unbeaten. To this end, the BCCI tweeted on social media, recalling Hitman Knock. Seven years ago, India opener Rohit Sharma broke the record and lit up the Eden Gardens with a double century. This holds the record for most batters in the limited overs format so far. Known as the ‘Hitman’, Rohit surpassed Virender Sehwag’s 219 to become the highest individual scorer in the ODIs. The Mumbai Indians captain played a super knock off 173 balls with 33 fours and 9 sixes. Rohit holds the record for being the only batsman to score three double centuries in ODI cricket.
In this match, India lost 5 wickets in 50 overs and scored a massive 404 runs. Sri Lanka were then all out for 251. With this, Team India won the fourth ODI. Sachin Tendulkar became the first batsman to score a double century in a 50-over format in a match against South Africa in 2010. Earlier this week, Rohit was selected as the captain of the Indian T20I. After Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma will captain the T20I.
Rohit has been selected as the captain for the upcoming series against New Zealand, while KL Rahul has been selected as the vice-captain. Ruturaj Gaikwad, Hershel Patel, Venkatesh Iyer, Avesh Khan and Akshar Patel have also been named in the squad for the series against New Zealand. The first is the T20I series against New Zealand. The two teams will then meet in two Test matches. The three T20s will be played on November 17 in Jaipur, November 19 in Ranchi and November 21 in Kolkata. The next two Tests will be played in Kanpur (November 25-29) and Mumbai (December 3-7).
Let’s revisit that sensational knock
– BCCI (BCCI) November 13, 2021
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