Rohit Sharma stands tall on his “50s & 100s don’t matter to me” statement as he achieves a historic feat in ICC knockouts

India captain Rohit Sharma achieved a historic feat in the ICC knockout games. He became the first batter in the history of the game to hit 100 boundaries in the Qualifiers, Semi-finals and the final of the events organized by the ICC. 

Rohit achieved the feat in the semi-final 2 of the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024 against England. The high-octane clash between the teams, which was also a rematch of the 2022 World Cup semi-final, took place at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Thursday (27th June). 

Rohit stepped up at the big stage for his team and made sure that he took his team to the winning total. After India lost Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant early, the captain took charge and batted with great responsibility. 

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The India skipper made sure that along with being cautious takes the aggressive route and got some runs for his team. He targeted almost every England bowler and made sure that he led from the front in tough situations and put his team on top. 

Rohit also walked the talk. After the game against Australia, the India captain stated that “50s and 100s don’t matter to me. I want to bat with the same tempo and put pressure on the bowlers.” And in the game against England, he did exactly that. 

The India skipper was batting on 49 and he slog-swept Sam Curran for a six to slam a magnificent half-century. The India skipper ended with an innings of 57 runs off 39 balls. He batted with a strike rate of around 146 and also hit 6 fours and 2 sixes in his innings. 

Rohit Sharma leads the charts for India in the T20 World Cup 2024

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The captain of the team has led from the front in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024. The batter is the leading run-getter for the team with 248 runs to his name from 7 innings. Apart from that he has been at the top of the other charts in the tournament for India:

Most runs – Rohit Sharma.

Highest Score – Rohit Sharma.

Highest Strike Rate – Rohit Sharma.

Most fifties – Rohit Sharma.

Most fours – Rohit Sharma.

Most sixes – Rohit Sharma.

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