Which new record did Rohit Sharma start in IPL? Magadha Times

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Which new record did Rohit Sharma start in IPL?

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma has made another big record in IPL. Or rather say that Rohit has started a new record in IPL. Rohit has become the first batsman to score thousand runs against any one team of IPL. Rohit Sharma has done this feat against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). In the list of highest run scorers against a team in IPL, Rohit Sharma is leading ahead of Indian captain Virat Kohli and David Warner of Australia.
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Rohit Sharma scored 33 runs in the match between Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders held on Thursday, 23 September, after which his name has gone up to 1015 runs against KKR. In the case of scoring the most runs against KKR, Rohit has left behind David Warner. Warner has scored 915 runs against KKR. Not only this, Warner has also scored 943 runs against the team of Punjab Kings.

Current Indian captain Virat Kohli is also not far behind in this list. Kohli has scored 909 runs against Delhi Capitals.

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Let us tell you that before the match between Mumbai and Kolkata, Rohit had 982 runs against KKR and he needed only 18 runs to cross the 1000 runs mark. Which Rohit completed in the fourth over of the innings. The funny thing is that Rohit Sharma scored a zero in his first match of the IPL against KKR. And after 14 years, Rohit has become the first batsman to score thousand runs against the same team.

Also, let us also tell that Rohit's highest score of 109 runs in IPL also came against KKR. This was in the year 2012. Rohit's second highest score of 98 also came against KKR. The funny thing is that Rohit Sharma's highest score of 80 runs in UAE has also come against this team.

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