New Delhi: Indian Batsmen dominated in the first innings of the first Test match being played between India and South Africa in Visakhapatnam. Rohit Sharma, who landed as an opener in the Test for the first time, broke many records and made a new record. On the second day of the first match, Rohit Sharma has made a big world record by playing an innings of more than 170 runs, which was so far the name of former Australian team legend Sir Don Bradman.
Rohit Sharma scored 176 runs in 244 balls with a strike rate of 72.13 with the help of 23 fours and 6 sixes. With this, Rohit Sharma's average in Test cricket at home has crossed 100. After playing at least ten innings, Rohit Sharma has surpassed the run average of Sir Don Bradman, the great batsman of the world. Don Bradman scored at an average of 98.22 at his home, which is surpassed by the Hitman. Rohit Sharma is now scoring runs in Test cricket in India at an average of over 100.
Rohit Sharma is the first cricketer who has made the runs with average of 100 in atleast 10 innings.At number three in this case is Adam Woakes, who scored with an average of 86.25. At the same time, Douglas Zerdin scored at home in Test cricket with an average of 81.66.
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