Rohit Sharma became the third player to reach the 3000-run landmark in T20Is after Virat Kohli and Martin Guptill. Although he was dropped early in the innings, Rohit made full use of the reprieve as he raced to 39 off 24 balls, with India cruising at 54 for none after the PowerPlay. It was also the third successive fifty partnership between KL Rahul and Rohit, who has been the chief aggressor, taking the aerial route with aplomb.
3⃣0⃣0⃣0⃣ runs in Men’s T20Is 👏
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