Rohit Sharma became India's number 1 batsman by defeating Virat Kohli…

Indian captain Rohit Sharma scored a total of 27 runs in the second Test against England, which was played at the Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam. By scoring a total of 14 and 13 runs in the two innings, Rohit became India's highest run-scorer in the history of the World Test Championship (WTC).

Rohit Sharma became India's number 1 batsman by defeating Virat Kohli in the history of World Test Championship.

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  • Rohit Sharma became India's highest run-scorer in WTC history by surpassing Virat Kohli.
  • Rohit has 2242 runs in 29 WTC matches for India.
  • Virat Kohli scored a total of 2235 runs in 36 matches.

Indian captain Rohit Sharma could not score big runs in the second Test against England played at the Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam, but still he managed to break Virat Kohli's unique record. By scoring a total of 27 runs (14 and 13) in the second Test, which India won by 106 runs on Monday (February 5), Rohit overtook Virat Kohli to become India's leading run scorer in World Test Championship (WTC) history.

Rohit has 2242 runs in 29 WTC matches for India. He is the 10th highest run scorer in WTC history. Virat Kohli is at 11th place with 2235 runs in 36 matches. Kohli had broken Rohit's record during the two-match series against South Africa last month, but after missing the first two Tests of the ongoing series at home due to personal reasons, Rohit has a chance to surpass Kohli's tally. Was, and he achieved this feat. feat during the second innings.

Most runs for India in the World Test Championship (WTC)

Post player Match Run average highest score 100/50
1. Rohit Sharma 29 2242 48.73 212 7/6
2. Virat Kohli 36 2235 39.21 254* 4/10
3. Cheteshwar Pujara 35 1769 29.98 102* 1/15
4. Ajinkya Rahane 29 1589 34.54 115 3/9
5. Rishabh Pant 24 1575 41.44 146 3/9

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