The second ODI was played between India and West Indies in Visakhapatnam on 18 December. In which India defeated West Indies by 109 runs. Opener Rohit Sharma had the biggest hand in India's victory. He scored 159 runs in 138 balls with the help of 17 fours and 5 sixes. Thanks to this brilliant innings, Rohit Sharma also scored the 28th century of his ODI career. Today we are going to tell you who among Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar have scored the fastest 28 centuries in ODI cricket.
Rohit Sharma figures during 28 centuries
India's opener Rohit Sharma has scored the 28th century in 213 innings of 220 ODIs. During this period, Rohit Sharma has scored 8881 runs, including 42 fifties, batting at an average of 49.06 and a strike rate of 88.81.
Virat Kohli figures during 28 centuries
India's captain Virat Kohli had scored the 28th century in 181 innings of 189 ODIs. During this period, Virat Kohli scored 8257 runs at an average of 54.68 and a strike rate of 91.06, including 43 half-centuries.
Sachin Tendulkar figures during 28 centuries
Former India batsman Sachin Tendulkar had scored his 28th century in 259 innings of 266 ODIs. During this time Sachin Tendulkar scored 10105 runs, including 50 fifties, batting at an average of 42.63 and a strike rate of 86.52.