India might have lost the fourth ODI against New Zealand at Hamilton, but the visitors have already won the five-game ODI series 3-1. However, the Men in Blue would surely want to sign off the 50 over format with a victory. Needless to say, skipper Rohit Sharma would be the watch out to batsman for the upcoming game. The Hitman is on the cusp of breaking former Indian captains Sourav Ganguly’s record. Rohit Sharma Says 4th ODI Against New Zealand was One of the Worst Performances.
The right-hand batsman currently has 22 hundred in his kitty and the number equals Sourav Ganguly. Now, if the Hitman scores a century against New Zealand in the upcoming match, he will overtake the former Indian captain’s record. Sachin Tendulkar tops the list with 49 ODI centuries, Virat Kohli is on number two with 39 hundred whereas, Sharma sit with Ganguly with 29 centuries. Overall, he will climb on the seventh spot with Universe Boss Chris Gayle who has 23 centuries under his kitty. As of now, he sits with the likes of Ganguly and Sri Lanka’s Tillakaratne Dilshan.India Bowled Out for 92 Against New Zealand, Here’s the List of Indian Cricket Team’s Lowest Totals in ODIs.
Talking about the Hitman, he was quite dejected with India’s performance in the 4th ODI as he is handling the reins of the team in absence of Virat Kohli. He touted India’s performance as the worst in recent times. It was Trent Boult who destroyed India’s batting order by snapping five wickets. The Indians will face the Kiwis on February 3, 2019, at the Wellington Regional Stadium at 7.30 a.m IST.