Rohit Sharma Creates a New Record


Rohit Sharma has hushed his faultfinders with his constant great keep running with the bat in the continuous arrangement against South Africa, demonstrating his guts as a Test opener. The Mumbai batsman has so far indented up two centuries and a twofold ton in the progressing three-Test arrangement against the Proteas and his thump of 212 on Sunday has helped him break Don Bradman’s record for the most noteworthy Test normal at home after 10 or more innings. Rohit now midpoints 99.84 at home, edging past Bradman’s normal of 98.22. Rohit has now amassed 1,298 keeps running in 18 innings in Tests at home, which incorporates six centuries and five half-hundreds of years.