꧁𓊈𒆜🅹🅸🅾🆃🆅🆅🅸🅽🅴🅴𒆜𓊉꧂This time the Indian cricket team has won not only the match but also the hearts of all on the Australian tour. Rohit Sharma became superman in Australia.
The Indian team has impressed everyone with its game in every department of Australian cricket. Let us tell you that in this tour all the players have proved themselves.
Take the same hitman Rohit Sharma of the Indian team, who has dominated Brisbane’s Gabba ground in Australia like Superman.
Rohit Sharma may not have performed very strongly with his bat, but Ged on the field is sticking on his hands as if there is a joint of something that is coming and going.
Rohit Sharma played like a superman in Brisbane in the fourth match against Australia. He has equaled the 29-year-old record.
Rohit Sharma has equaled the Indian record of catching the most catches in a Test match against the Australian team.
— Rohit Sharma Gifs (@HitmanRo45_GIFs) January 18, 2021
Earlier, Srikanth made a record by catching a total of 5 catches in Perth in 1992 during a Test match against the Australian team.
After 29 years, Rohit Sharma has equaled his record by catching 5 catches in Brisbane against Australia in the year 2021.
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Rohit Sharma, who has caught 5 catches against anyone Test team, has become the fifth player on the Indian team overall.
Before them, this feat has been done by Yuzvendra chahal, Azhar, Srikanth, and Ajinkya Rahane.
Rohit Sharma is the second player after former New Zealand cricket team captain Stephen Fleming in terms of catching the most catches in a Test match played in Brisbane.
Let us tell you that former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming caught a total of 6 catches in the Brisbane Test match played in 1997.
Rohit Sharma took three catches in the first innings of Brisbane against Australia. Which included catches of David Warner, Steve Smith, and Tim Pan.
He has caught two catches against Australia in the second innings of Marshon Labushen and Chris Green.
Let us tell you that the record of catching the most catches in a Test match in Test cricket history is recorded in the name of India’s acting captain Ajinkya Rahane. Rahane took a total of 8 catches during the 2015 Test against the Sri Lankan team.