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Rohit Sharma is just one shot away from this record, will become the third batsman of cricket history

The T20 series between India and West Indies is going to start from Friday ie tomorrow. The first T20 match between the two teams will be played on 6 December in Hyderabad. During this series, everyone’s eyes will be on many Indian players. At the same time, Rohit Sharma, the batsman of Team India, will have a chance to record a special record.

In fact, Rohit Sharma has 399 sixes in international cricket and he is just a step away from joining the club of 400 sixes players. If Rohit hits a six during his innings in the Hyderabad T20 match against the West Indies, he will become the third batsman in the world to reach the 400 club.
In the three formats of cricket, this feat has been done by Rohit Sharma before West Indies storm batsman Chris Gayle and former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi. Chris Gayle tops this list. He has hit the most 534 sixes in his international career. Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi is in second place. Afridi has hit 476 sixes in international cricket.

Of the 399 sixes that Rohit Sharma has hit, 232 sixes have been scored in ODIs, 52 Tests and 115 sixes in T20 cricket.

Although Chris Gayle is far ahead of Rohit Sharma in terms of maximum sixes in international cricket. But Rohit’s name is the record for most sixes in T20 internationals. Rohit has hit 115 sixes in T20 matches.

If we talk about Indian batsmen in terms of maximum sixes, MS Dhoni is second in Indian batsmen with 359 sixes. At the same time, great batsman Sachin Tendulkar is at number three in terms of hitting the most sixes. Sachin has hit 264 sixes in international cricket. After this, Yuvraj Singh is fourth with 251 sixes and Sourav Ganguly is at number five with 247 sixes. Virender Sehwag is number six with 243 sixes and Virat Kohli is at number seven with 199 sixes.

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