Rohit became the first ICC cricketer to leave Virat far behind


Bangla Hunt Desk: India’s limited overs cricket co-captain Rohit Sharma is batting brilliantly in the four-match Test series between India and England. It is better to say that batting alone is pulling the team because India’s fastest Test specialist batsmen Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane are not getting runs that way in this series. So India opener Rohit Sharma has taken the responsibility on his shoulders. In the meantime, Rohit Sharma made a big record in his own name.

India opener Rohit Sharma became the first opener to cross the 1,000-run mark in the ICC World Test Championship. On the other hand, Rohit is the sixth batsman to cross the 1,000-run mark in the World Test Championship and the second among Indians. Before Rohit, Ajinkya Rahane was the only Indian to cross the 1,000-run mark in the World Test Championship.

Australian star batsman Marnus Labushan is at the top of the list of highest runs in the World Test Championship. Labushan has scored 1675 runs in 16 matches. Second on the list is England captain Joe Root. Route played 20 matches and scored 1630 runs. Australia star batsman Steve Smith is in the third place with 1346 runs. England’s all-rounder Ben Stokes is fourth on the list with 1332 runs and India’s co-captain Ajinkya Rahane is fifth on the list. India captain Virat Kohli is at number ten and Rohit Sharma is at number nine. On the other hand, Rohit Sharma is in the second place with four centuries and Marns Labushan is in the first place with five centuries.