Star Sports Posted A Lovely Tweet To Summarize Rohit Sharma’s Legacy In T20I Cricket

Rohit Sharma made history last night in Dharamsala when he played his 125th T20 international match for the Indian cricket team. The star player, who made his debut back in the year 2007, is currently the captain of the Indian cricket team in all three formats of the game.

Popularly known as the Hitman, Rohit Sharma donned the Indian team’s jersey for the 125th time yesterday at the HPCA Stadium and overtook former Pakistan captain Shoaib Malik on the list of players with the most number of T20I appearances.

Malik has played 124 T20I matches for the Pakistan cricket team so far, whereas Sharma has played one more and given how well he has done in this format, it should not be a surprise if he becomes the first player to play 150 T20I matches soon.


The broadcaster of the Indian cricket team’s home matches Star Sports posted a fantastic tweet to sum up the historic feat achieved by Rohit. Here’s what they wrote on Twitter with a photo of the Indian cricket team captain:

“Just an image of #RohitSharma with all other players who have more T20I appearances than him!”


I am happy where I stand in the series: Indian team’s star Rohit Sharma

The Indian T20I cricket team has been unstoppable under their new skipper. Sharma became the full-time T20I captain of India after the T20 World Cup. Since then India has won three T20Is each against New Zealand, West Indies and Sri Lanka. Commenting on the team’s performance after the 3-0 win against Sri Lanka, Sharma said at the post-match presentation:

“A lot of positives came out from the series and I am happy where I stand in the series.”

The Indian cricket team will not play any T20I matches till June now. The team will play two Tests against Sri Lanka and then the IPL 2022 season will start.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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