IND vs ENG: Rohit Sharma set a big record, became the first opener in the world to do so


New Delhi: The last test match of the four-match series between India and England (IND vs ENG) is being played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The second day of this test match was very special for India’s star opener Rohit Sharma. Rohit has a huge record in the World Test Championship (WTC).

Completed 1000 runs

Rohit Sharma has become the first batsman in the world to complete 1000 runs in the World Test Championship (WTC). At the same time, if talking overall, Rohit is the sixth player in the world to do this feat. Rohit Sharma is the second batsman to complete 1000 runs in the World Test Championship (WTC) from India. Before Rohit, Ajinkya Rahane, vice-captain of the Test team, has completed 1000 runs. Rahane had 1050 runs before the fourth Test.

Marnus Labuschen is on top

Australia’s young star batsman Marnus Labushagne has scored the most runs in the World Test Championship (WTC) so far. Marnus Labushagne has 1,675 runs in his name. The second is England captain Joe Root, who has scored 1625 runs before this match. At number three is Australia’s legendary batsman Steve Smith, who has scored 1,341 runs so far.

India dominated on the first day

By the end of the first day’s game in the fourth Test against England, India has tightened its grip on England. England won the toss and came out to bat first and were all out for 205 runs. From India, Axar Patel took 4 wickets and Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) took 3 wickets.

Rohit has done half century

On the second day of the fourth Test, Rohit Sharma is out after scoring 49 runs. Rohit was dismissed by Ben Stokes. By the end of the game of 52 overs on the second day, India have scored 130 runs and their 5 wickets have fallen. India is still 75 runs behind England in the first innings.


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