New Delhi. The third and final match of the T20 series between India and New Zealand in Kolkata (IND vs NZ Kolkata T20) Will be played on Sunday. Team India, captained by Rohit Sharma, has already taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series by winning the first two matches in Jaipur and Ranchi. In such a situation, this match does not have much importance in terms of series, but in the last T20, Indian players can make many records. Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul can record a big achievement in this match.
Since becoming the captain of the T20 team Rohit Sharma The bat is spewing runs fiercely. He scored 48 runs in the first T20 against New Zealand in Jaipur. After that Ranchi T20 In this, the Indian captain scored 55 runs in just 36 balls. In this innings, Rohit hit 5 sixes and 1 four. Rohit had scored more than 50 for the 29th time in the T20 International in Ranchi.
Virat Kohli He has also done this feat 29 times. Rohit has scored 4 centuries and 25 half-centuries. Kohli has not been able to score a century so far. Rohit also holds the record for most centuries in T20 Internationals. He has scored 4 centuries so far.
Rohit has a chance to leave Virat
Rohit will have a chance to break Virat’s record of highest 50 plus scores in Kolkata. If he makes a half-century in the last T20 as well, then his name will be recorded for making the most number of 50 plus scores in international T20. Rohit also needs 3 sixes to complete 150 sixes in international T20.
KL Rahul can complete 500 fours
KL Rahul are also on the threshold of a special record. He needs only 2 boundaries to complete 500 fours in T20 format. He has hit 232 sixes in this format.
Yuzvendra Chahal’s 50th T20
Yuzvendra Chahal hasn’t got a chance in the first 2 T20Is against New Zealand. If he gets a chance to play in the third T20 to be held in Kolkata, it will be his 50th T20. He has taken 63 wickets in 49 T20s so far.
Rishabh Pant can also hit fifty fours
Rishabh Pant can also complete the fifty of fours in the third and last T20 against New Zealand. He has hit a total of 44 fours in 40 T20s so far. If he hits 6 fours in the last match against New Zealand, then the half-century of fours will be completed and the fifth record is also related to fours. Shreyas Iyer is also 6 boundaries away from the fifty of fours.