Rohit Sharma broke a World Record in the ICC World Cup 2019 match against Australia at The Oval on Sunday. The India opener turned into the quickest to achieve 2000 ODI keeps running against Australia.
Rohit required just 20 races to get to 2000 ODI keeps running against Australia. He got their in style by hitting a limit off Gelnn Maxwell in the twelfth over of India's innings after skipper Virat Kohli picked to bat first. Rohit finished 2000 ODI keeps running against Australia in only 37 innings.
Rohit broke Sachin Tendulkar's record who had accomplished a similar accomplishment in 51 innings.
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He turned into the fourth cricketer to do as such against Australia after Sachin Tendulkar and the Windies pair of Viv Richards and Desmond Haynes.
Sachin Tendulkar took (51) innings, Desmond Haynes took (59) innings and Sir Viv Richards took (45) innings to finish 2000 runs while Rohit will play his 37th innings on Sunday.
Rohit presently has the second most astounding number of keeps running against Australia in ODIs with regards to Indian batsmen and he likewise has the third most hundreds of years (7) against Australia after Sachin Tendulkar (9) and Virat Kohli (8).
Rohit was expelled by Nathan Coulter-Nile in the wake of scoring 57 off 70 balls and giving India an awesome begin. India lost their first wicket after a 127-run opening stand among Dhawan and Rohit.