Cricket World Cup 2019: Rohit Sharma, the man who is shutting all the haters down, became the first ever cricket player to score 5 centuries in a cricket world cup tournament.
Rohit had 4 centuries in the first seven games of the opening round, and in the last game of the opening round, the batsman scored another century.
Sharma scored 647 runs in just eight matches, this is 26 runs shy of the world cup record that was set by Sachin Tendulkar, who is arguably the best batsman India has ever had.
On July 9, 2019, India will be playing against New Zealand in the Semi-Finals round of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, and if Rohit Sharma scores 27 runs, he can become the highest run-getter in the World Cup History.
Rohit started the tournament with a hot hand by scoring 122 runs in India’s opening win over South Africa.
Rohit then scored 57 in his second game, 140 in his third, 1 in his fourth, 18 in his fifth, 102 in his sixth, 104 in his seventh, and 103 in his eighth match of the tournament.
He currently averages 92.42 runs per game.