The Indian captain broke Dhoni’s record after winning the third T20, in which India won 19 balls earlier.
Rohit breaks Dhoni’s record after beating Sri Lanka
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India Sri Lanka (India vs Sri Lanka) Won the third and last T20 from He won this match by 6 wickets. With this, he also did a clean sweep in the 3 T20 series. Rohit Sharma (Rohit Sharma) Sri Lanka is the third team to have a clean sweep ever since he took over as the full-fledge captain. Earlier, West Indies and before that New Zealand have also seen such defeat on Indian soil under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. But, MS Dhoni did a clean sweep against these teams (MS Dhoni) Nothing to do with broken records. Rohit Sharma has broken the Indian record recorded in the name of Dhoni, whose connection is only with the Sri Lankan team.
The Indian captain broke Dhoni’s record after winning the third T20. Sri Lanka had given a target of 147 runs to India to win the third and last T20 played in Dharamsala. In response, the Indian team had already achieved that target 19 balls.
Rohit breaks Dhoni’s record
With this amazing victory, Rohit Sharma also took the Indian record recorded in the name of Dhoni. This record is related to the Indian captain who registered the most wins in T20 against Sri Lanka, which has now been named after Rohit Sharma.
— BCCI (@BCCI) February 27, 2022
India’s victory in the third T20 played in Dharamsala was the 7th win over Sri Lanka under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, which was a new record. Earlier, the record of maximum 6 T20 wins was recorded against Sri Lanka in the name of MS Dhoni.
Team India equals world record
If Rohit Sharma broke MS Dhoni’s record in captaincy, then Team India also equaled the world record in terms of winning the most consecutive T20 matches. The victory in the third T20 played in Dharamsala was the 12th consecutive victory recorded in India’s account in this format of cricket. With this win, India equaled the world record. Till now this world record was jointly registered in the name of Afghanistan and Romania. But now the name of Team India has also been added to it. And, Rohit Sharma’s captaincy has a big role in this too.