Ind vs Aus: Hitman became world's new 'Sixer King,' everyone left behind

New Delhi: Team India's captain Rohit Sharma's performance was brilliant in the second T20 match against Australia in Nagpur. Rohit scored 46 runs in just 20 balls, in which he hit four sixes and as many fours. Due to his smoky inning, Team India won the match by six wickets. The captain of Team India also made a big record during his short innings.

In fact, 34-year-old Rohit Sharma has now overtaken New Zealand's Martin Guptill to become the player with most sixes in T20 Internationals. Before the second T20, both Rohit and Guptill had 172 sixes in their name. Rohit Sharma overtook Guptill in the very first over of the Indian innings by hitting a lofty six off fast bowler Josh Hazlewood. Let us tell you that Rohit Sharma is already the highest run-scorer in T20 Internationals.

Rohit Sharma has so far scored 3,677 runs in 138 T20 matches at an average of 32.53. So far Rohit Sharma has scored four centuries and 28 half-centuries in T20 Internationals. Former Indian captain, Virat Kohli's name is in second place on this list. Virat Kohli has so far scored 3,597 runs in 106 matches at an average of 50.66, including a century and 32 half-centuries.

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