Rohit Sharma on Sunday surpassed Virat Kohli’s record to become the highest run-getter in the T20I format of the game.
Rohit played a knock of nine runs in the first T20I against Bangladesh at the Arun Jaitley stadium.
By doing so, he took his run tally to 2,452 runs, going two runs ahead of Kohli’s total.
Rohit also became the most capped player for India in the shortest format of the game. He has now played 99 matches for the Men in Blue, breaking M. S. Dhoni’s record of 98 appearances.
India posted 148/6 at the end of 20overs after it was sent in to bat first.
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