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India tour of England: Shahid Afridi’s big record on Rohit Sharma’s target, will be shattered on England tour

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Rohit Sharma can overtake Shahid Afridi in terms of most sixes in international cricket on England tour.


  • circle-icon Rohit has a chance to leave Shahid Afridi behind
  • circle-icon Can go ahead in the case of most sixes in international cricket
  • circle-icon Rohit has hit 464 sixes so far

Rohit Sharma is ready to explode in international cricket once again. Leaving the form of IPL 2022 behind, Rohit has again taken over the command of the Indian team. After a long break, Rohit now has many challenging and important tours and series in front of him one after the other. It starts with the Edgbaston Test against England starting on July 1.

While Rohit will have a chance to create history by winning the Test series in England, he will also have plenty of time to make personal achievements. The Indian team has to spend a long time in England and play a total of 1 Test, 3 ODIs and 3 T20 matches. In such a situation, former Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi will also have a big record on Rohit’s target.

Rohit can come under fire from Shahid Afridi for hitting most sixes in international cricket. Rohit has so far hit 464 sixes in 400 matches. While Afridi has a record of 475 sixes in 524 matches. In such a situation, if Rohit hits 13 sixes in England, then he will leave Afridi behind and will reach second place in terms of hitting most sixes. West Indies’ explosive opener Chris Gayle is at the forefront of hitting most sixes in international cricket. He has hit 553 sixes in 483 matches so far.

Talking about Rohit’s sixes in international cricket, he has hit 245 sixes in ODIs, 155 in T20Is and 64 sixes in Test cricket. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is second in terms of most sixes. The former captain had hit 359 sixes in 538 matches.

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