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Rohit made history on the second day, made 6 interesting records

In the third Test match of the series being played between India and South Africa, the Indian batsmen batted on the first day of the match. In particular, Rohit Sharma once again scored a century. By the end of the first day's play, India had lost 22 wickets in 58 overs, losing 3 wickets.

Rohit made history on the second day, made 6 interesting records
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The second day's play started on its own time. Yesterday's unbeaten batsmen Rohit (117 runs) and Rahane (83 runs) led the Indian innings on the second day. Rohit Sharma hit 200 boundaries in Test cricket during his innings. Rohit beat Sehwag and Kohli for the most runs and the biggest innings against Africa in a series respectively.

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Set many records

1- Rohit Sharma set a record for completing 200 boundaries in Test cricket by hitting Rabada in the 61st over of the innings on the second day.

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2- Rohit Sharma as the 16th four of his innings, becoming the fourth batsman to hit 50 boundaries in Test cricket 2019.

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3- Rohit Sharma set the record for playing 15th biggest innings against South Africa by beating Kohli (119 runs) and Rahane (127 runs).

4- Rohit Sharma together with Rahane set the record for the biggest partnership (200 runs) for the fourth wicket against South Africa.

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5- Rohit Sharma became the first Indian batsman to score an average of 150 in Tests this year. Apart from this, Rohit Sharma also became the ninth Indian batsman to score a century against South Africa.

6- Rohit Sharma became the highest run-scorer for India in a three-match Test series, beating Sehwag.

News source: patrika.com

Topic: #rohit sharma
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Bansi

congrats🎉🎊 rohit all the best for features.

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Jaggu

yeh to hit man.kuchh bi hit karega.

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Raphael

What is this ????? By the end of the first day's play, India had lost 22 wickets in 58 overs, losing 3 wickets.

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