CWC 2023: Virat Kohli Bows Down To Sachin Tendulkar After 50th ODI Century; Anushka Sharma Sends Flying Kisses
Virat Kohli has overtaken Sachin Tendulkar for most hundreds in ODI cricket. It was century number 50 for King Kohli as he took on the bowling.
Attack of New Zealand to get his team on top of the game at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. What makes it even more interesting is that.
He did it in front of his cricketing idol Tendulkar and even bowed down to him while celebrating his 50th ton in ODIs. The entire country wanted him.
To do that and he has done it in tremendous fashion. For the last couple of years, a lot was spoken about him and he was even suggested.
By few to retire or take a break from cricket. Now, it is the new version of Virat Kohli who is leading the Men in Blue alongside Rohit Sharma.
To win the 2023 World Cup at home after the 2011 edition. (Sara Tendulkar Cheers For Team India Vs New Zealand At Wankhede; Fans Demand Century From Shubman Gill)
Wife Anushka Sharma along with the entire Wankhede crowd was seen celebrating in joy and her reaction to Kohli’s 50th ton in ODI cricket went viral.
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Earlier, Indian skipper Rohit Sharma made history on Wednesday, becoming the player with the most sixes in the history of the ICC Cricket World Cup.
Rohit accomplished this milestone during India’s World Cup semifinal match against New Zealand at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium.
The skipper was in supreme touch, delivering yet another fine start to India with a short, but impactful innings. He smashed 47 runs in 29 balls.
With four boundaries and four sixes. The skipper scored his runs at a strike rate of over 162. Now, Rohit has scored 51 sixes in the history of the Cricket World Cup
Overtaking West Indies legend Chris Gayle, who has scored 49 sixes. At the third spot is Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell with 43 sixes.
Rohit has also broken the record for smashing the most sixes in a single World Cup edition, Rohit now has hit 28 sixes in the tournament so far.
Overtaking Chris Gayle (26 in the 2015 edition). In 10 matches in this tournament so far, Rohit has scored 550 runs at an average of 55.00 and.
A strike rate of over 124. His best score is 131. The skipper has scored a century and three fifties in the tournament so far. He is the fourth-highest.
Run-scorer in the tournament so far. The ‘Hitman’ also completed 1,500 runs in Cricket World Cup history, becoming the only fifth batter to do so.
In 27 World Cup matches, Rohit has scored 1,528 runs at an average of 61.12, with a record seven centuries and six fifties. His best score is 140.
Rohit is the fifth-highest scorer in World Cup history. The highest World Cup run-scorer is Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar (2,278 runs in 44 innings, with six centuries and 15 fifties). (With ANI inputs)