Rohit Sharma Celebrates 32nd Birthday, Wishes Pour In From Cricketing Fraternity
Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians are currently 3rd on the IPL 2019 Points Table.
Rohit Sharma made his Team India debut in 2007
He has struck 22 centuries and 41 half-centuries in ODIs
Rohit Sharma already has scored a record three double-centuries in ODIs
Team India vice-captain Rohit Sharma turned 32 on Tuesday. Rohit was born in Nagpur on April 30, 1987. The opening batsman is captaining Mumbai Indians (MI) in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019. Mumbai Indians, who are presently ranked third in the IPL points table. Playing 12 matches, they have won seven matches and lost five and are on the cusp of making it to the playoffs. Wishes poured in for the flamboyant opener from all quarters.
Happy birthday, Hitman— BCCI (@BCCI) April 30, 2019
As our champion @ImRo45 turns 32 today, we pull out his epic knock of 264, the highest individual ODI score ever. #HappyBirthdayRohit
Full video - https://t.co/upXYoN02fe pic.twitter.com/9tb1ykHq2u
264.... 209....208* are not just numbers...— IamKedar (@JadhavKedar) April 30, 2019
They belong to the HITMAN...
May you hit few more doubles in coming days champ...
Wishing you a very happy birthday @ImRo45 ... Stay blessed and have a super year...
Happy birthday brother @ImRo45 wish you all the happiness.. God Bless— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) April 30, 2019
Rohit Sharma made his Team India debut in 2007 against Ireland in Belfast. He has been an integral part in the white ball format since he was promoted to open the batting for India. He already has amassed 8,010 runs in 206 matches for India at an average of 47.39 in One-day Internationals.
He has struck 22 centuries and 41 half-centuries in ODIs. He already has scored a record three double-centuries in ODIs with 264 being his career-best knock that came against Sri Lanka in Kolkata in 2014.
Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan form a potent opening pair for India in the limited overs format. The successful opening pair who have been opening the batting for India since 2013 have added 4,541 runs in 101 innings at an average of 45.41 and have already have 15-century stands and 13 fifty-plus partnerships.