Rohit slammed his third century in the shortest format of the game, equaling New Zealand’s Colin Munro, who also has three hundreds to his name in the T20I format. Rohit is the first Indian to achieve this incredible feat.
Rohit became the second Indian, next only to Virat Kohli, and the fifth batsmen overall to score more than 2000 runs in T20 Internationals.
The 31-year-old Rohit Sharma now has five T20 hundreds, most by any Asian batsmen. Jamaican opener Chris Gayle leads the chart with 21 centuries.
Rohit is now the only batsman to have scored three hundreds in all three formats of the game.
With the T20 I series in the pocket, India will now look forward to win the 3-match ODI series, starting on July 12 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. The chief architect of Sunday’s win, Rohit Sharma will look to carry his sublime touch when Virat Kohli-led India take on the number one ODI side.