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Sunday, July 19, 2020

Rohit Sharma is an Amazing & unbelievable batsman: Kamran Akmal

The veteran Pakistani wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal lauded Rohit Sharma as an amazing & unbelievable batsman. He also said that his timing, temperament & commitment towards batting is unbelievable.

Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma

The Indian Cricket Batsman Rohit Sharma is one of the greatest batsman in the world right now. His records in the cricket game are uncountable. Rohit Sharma is the only player to register three double centuries in ODIs. He scored five centuries in the ICC World Cup 2019, which is a world record - becoming the only player to hit five centuries in a single edition of World Cup. He holds the record of highest individual score in a single ODI match. He scored 264 runs which is the highest individual score against Sri Lanka in 2016. Whenever he scores 100, fans will start wondering whether it will be his next double hundred. He also holds record for most T20I centuries - 4 centuries, which is the most by any player. Rohit Sharma is also known famously as 'Hitman'.

Speaking in a YouTube chat show Cric Cast with Pakistan broadcast journalist Sawera Pasha, Kamran Akmal explained what & which makes Rohit Sharma such an outstanding cricketer in the world.

"Amazing, unbelievable batsman. The kind of joy you get while watching him bat is immense. His timing, temperament and commitment towards batting is just unbelievable. Scoring 200s, 150s is very tough. He has two double hundreds I guess (Rohit has three). And look at the recent World Cup, he scored five centuries," Kamran Akmal said.

"He can hit boundaries with such grace, can rotate the strike with singles too. The biggest plus point is his power hitting, he can hit big shots and sixes. Youngsters, who want to learn the art of batting, should watch him, Babar Azam, Virat Kohli, the veteran Pakistani cricketer Kamran Akmal said.

The 33-year-old Rohit Sharma have played 32 Tests, 224 ODIs & 107 T20Is for India. In that he have scored 2,141 runs in Tests, 9115 runs in ODIs & 2,713 runs in T20Is. Though he is being great in limited overs cricket, he couldn't able to make the same success in Tests as he didn't get regular opportunities to play in the longer format.

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