Many cricket fans and experts around the world fear that cricket is turning into a batsmen’s game. It will be unfair to say that they are completely wrong. For some reason or other batsmen always get more attention than bowlers.
Several run machines around us are consistently scoring runs. Virat Kohli, Joe Root, Steve Smith, Kane Williamson, and Babar Azam form a special group of Fab-5.
However, there is a recent awakening the world is witnessing right now. The rise of Rohit Sharma. Rohit has been consistently performing at the top level since 2018. He broke several records in the past three years.
Recently after scoring his first century against England in 2nd test in Chennai, he became the only active player to score a hundred against Sri Lanka, West Indies, England, and South Africa in all three formats.
Rohit is currently the 2nd ranked ODI player in the world. He is also one of the players who have been in the top ten rankings in each format of the game.
Here is how his overall career stats look: