London: Team India’s vice-captain Rohit Sharma will try to emulate the record of wicket-keeper-batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Rohit Sharma is only two sixes away from breaking the record of most sixes in the ODIs for India. Rohit, who got out cheaply to Mujib Umar Rehman’s delivery against Afghanistan, would have a good chance to break Dhoni’s record.
Rohit Sharma can do this charisma in World Cup (ICC World Cup 2019) against the West Indies at Old Trafford in Manchester today. Rohit has so far hit 224 sixes in 210 one-day internationals. He needs only two sixes to break the record of Dhoni (225 sixes). If Rohit is able to do this, he will reach the fourth spot in the one-day series as far as maximum sixes in ODIs are concerned.
In this list, Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi remains at top with 351 sixes followed by Chris Gayle with 324 sixes.