A few previous cricketers, including Australia’s turn maestro Brad Hogg, have likewise picked Rohit as the player who could turn into the primary player to score a twofold ton in T20Is.
Virat Kohli and opening batsman Rohit Sharma are viewed as two of the best batsmen on the planet right now. Both the cricketers have accomplished a few achievements in their separate careers.
Kohli has enrolled 27 Test hundreds and 43 ODI tons, and with 70 worldwide hundreds of years at 30 years old, fans and cricketing savants keep on discussing whether he will have the option to outperform Sachin Tendulkar’s accomplishment of 100 universal hundreds of years in his vocation.
Rohit, in the interim, is the main player to enroll three twofold hundreds of years in ODIs, and each time he crosses the 100-run mark in a restricted overs game, fans begin thinking about whether it will be his fourth twofold hundred.
With such a large number of accomplishments in their professions as of now, cricketing fans keep on discussing who is the better cricketer among Rohit and Virat in constrained overs cricket.
Hogg, in a Youtube video on his official channel, was posed a similar inquiry by a fan. In his answer, the previous left-arm bowler said:
“Well, Virat Kohli, on the grounds that he’s progressively reliable when India have the large run pursues. At the point when India are batting second, he stands up and conveys.”
Hogg, however, included that you can’t contrast Kohli and Rohit, as both the players have various jobs in the group.
“Be that as it may, you truly can’t think about the two as they have various jobs. Rohit’s job is to be forceful against the new ball bowlers when field limitations are in any event and Virat’s job is to bat through the innings and ensure he’s there toward the end, so they supplement one another,” he said.