Ross Taylor first New Zealand male to play 100 T20Is, Rohit Sharma first Indian to bat multiple times

Ross Taylor first New Zealand male to play 100 T20Is, Rohit Sharma first Indian to bat multiple times 


During the fifth T20I played among India and New Zealand on Sunday, Ross Taylor and Rohit Sharma contacted new highs for their separate nations in Mount Maunganui. 


Features

Ross Taylor and Suzie Bates are currently the main New Zealand cricketers to play 100 T20Is

Rohit Sharma batted for the 100th time in T20Is on Sunday - second most on the planet

Jasprit Bumrah too played his 50th T20I on Sunday 


New Zealand veteran Ross Taylor on Sunday turned into the first male Kiwi cricketer to play 100 T20Is. After Taylor was named in the New Zealand playing XI for the fifth T20I versus India in Mount Maunganui, he joined lady all-rounder Suzie Bates (112) as the main 2 Kiwis to have played 100 matches in the most brief worldwide arrangement. In doing as such, Taylor additionally turned out to be just the third male cricketer to have played 100 T20Is for their nations.

Shoaib Malik (113) and Rohit Sharma (107) are the main other male players to have played a larger number of matches than Taylor. Taylor will before long be looking at a significant record when he prepares to play the first Test of the up and coming 2-coordinate arrangement versus India. By playing his 100th Test in Wellington which begins on February 21, Taylor will turn into the main cricketer in history to have played 100 games in every one of the 3 configurations of worldwide cricket.

NZ versus IND | fifth T20I Live Updates 


Taylor has so far played 99 Tests, 228 ODIs and 100 T20Is scoring a sum of 17,406 stumbles into positions.

Rohit Sharma, who was refreshed for the last game while coming back to commander the side on Sunday, additionally contacted another achievement by playing his 100th T20I innings with just Malik (105) presently lying in front of him.

Indian quick bowler Jasprit Bumrah too turned into the seventh Indian to play 50 T20Is on Sunday.

Prior, the primary decision skippers of both the groups were refreshed for the last match of the 5-T20I arrangement with Tim Southee and Rohit Sharma turning out for the coin hurl for New Zealand and India separately. Rohit won the hurl and had no wavering in batting first on a pitch which looks set to observe gigantic aggregates

It would appear that a decent pitch and something we need to challenge ourselves. Virat is simply resting. We need to proceed with the force; not generally you find the opportunity to make it 5-nil. We can't stand to be self-satisfied, we need to be on the cash. Only one change. Sanju will open, I will bat at No.3," said Rohit in the wake of winning the hurl.

"Ideally, we bowl well and pursue down the aggregate. Late change: Kane is feeling uneasiness with the throwdowns. Winning is perfect, however we returned to what we progress admirably and the outcome deals with itself. Same group as Wellington," opined Southee.

Playing XIs:

India: Lokesh Rahul(wk), Sanju Samson, Rohit Sharma(c), Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Shivam Dube, Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur, Navdeep Saini, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah

New Zealand: Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Tim Seifert(wk), Ross Taylor, Tom Bruce, Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Scott Kuggeleijn, Tim Southee(c), Ish Sodhi, Hamish Bennett 


During the fifth T20I played among India and New Zealand on Sunday, Ross Taylor and Rohit Sharma contacted new highs for their separate nations in Mount Maunganui.

Features

Ross Taylor and Suzie Bates are currently the main New Zealand cricketers to play 100 T20Is

Rohit Sharma batted for the 100th time in T20Is on Sunday - second most on the planet

Jasprit Bumrah too played his 50th T20I on Sunday

New Zealand veteran Ross Taylor on Sunday turned into the first male Kiwi cricketer to play 100 T20Is. After Taylor was named in the New Zealand playing XI for the fifth T20I versus India in Mount Maunganui, he joined lady all-rounder Suzie Bates (112) as the main 2 Kiwis to have played 100 matches in the most brief worldwide arrangement. In doing as such, Taylor additionally turned out to be just the third male cricketer to have played 100 T20Is for their nations.

Shoaib Malik (113) and Rohit Sharma (107) are the main other male players to have played a larger number of matches than Taylor. Taylor will before long be looking at a significant record when he prepares to play the first Test of the up and coming 2-coordinate arrangement versus India. By playing his 100th Test in Wellington which begins on February 21, Taylor will turn into the main cricketer in history to have played 100 games in every one of the 3 configurations of worldwide cricket.

NZ versus IND | fifth T20I Live Updates

Taylor has so far played 99 Tests, 228 ODIs and 100 T20Is scoring a sum of 17,406 stumbles into positions.

Rohit Sharma, who was refreshed for the last game while coming back to commander the side on Sunday, additionally contacted another achievement by playing his 100th T20I innings with just Malik (105) presently lying in front of him.

Indian quick bowler Jasprit Bumrah too turned into the seventh Indian to play 50 T20Is on Sunday.

Prior, the primary decision skippers of both the groups were refreshed for the last match of the 5-T20I arrangement with Tim Southee and Rohit Sharma turning out for the coin hurl for New Zealand and India separately. Rohit won the hurl and had no wavering in batting first on a pitch which looks set to observe gigantic aggregates

It would appear that a decent pitch and something we need to challenge ourselves. Virat is simply resting. We need to proceed with the force; not generally you find the opportunity to make it 5-nil. We can't stand to be self-satisfied, we need to be on the cash. Only one change. Sanju will open, I will bat at No.3," said Rohit in the wake of winning the hurl.

"Ideally, we bowl well and pursue down the aggregate. Late change: Kane is feeling uneasiness with the throwdowns. Winning is perfect, however we returned to what we progress admirably and the outcome deals with itself. Same group as Wellington," opined Southee.

Playing XIs:

India: Lokesh Rahul(wk), Sanju Samson, Rohit Sharma(c), Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Shivam Dube, Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur, Navdeep Saini, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah

New Zealand: Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Tim Seifert(wk), Ross Taylor, Tom Bruce, Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Scott Kuggeleijn, Tim Southee(c), Ish Sodhi, Hamish Bennett

Ross Taylor first New Zealand male to play 100 T20Is, Rohit Sharma first Indian to bat multiple times 


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