IND vs ENG: Rohit Sharma becomes world’s first opener to complete 1,000 WTC races | IND vs ENG: Rohit Sharma set great record, became world’s first opener to do so

New Delhi: The final test match of the four-game series between India and England (IND vs ENG) is played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Day two of the test match was a very special one for India star opener Rohit Sharma. Rohit has a huge record in the World Test Championship (WTC).

Completed 1000 races

Rohit Sharma became the first opener in the world to complete 1,000 races in the World Test Championship (WTC). At the same time, if we speak globally, Rohit is the sixth player in the world to achieve this feat. Rohit Sharma is the second batsman to complete 1,000 races in the World Test Championship (WTC) of India. Before Rohit, vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane of the test team completed 1,000 races. Rahane had 1,050 races before the fourth test.

Marnus Labuschen is at the top

Young Australian batsman Marnus Labushagne has scored the most World Test Championship (WTC) points so far. Marnus Labushagne has 1675 trails to its name. At number two is England captain Joe Root, who scored 1,625 points before this game. At number three is legendary Australian batsman Steve Smith, who has scored 1341 points so far.

India dominated on day one

At the end of Matchday 4 of the Fourth Test against England, India tightened its grip on England. England won the draw and came out at bat first and were all eliminated for 205 points. From India, Axar Patel took 4 wickets and Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) took 3 wickets.

Rohit missed half a century

Rohit Sharma is sidelined after scoring 49 points on day two of test four. Rohit was fired by Ben Stokes. At the end of the 52-overs game on day two, India scored 130 points and all 5 wickets fell. India are still 75 points behind England in the opening heats.

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