Rohit Sharma two runs away from touching Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina in the exclusive club

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma is inches away from joining a first class list when MI take on Kings XI Punjab in the Match 13 of IPL 2020 in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.

Rohit, who was excused for eight in MI’s last match against RCB, which went to the Super Over, needs only two hurries to arrive at 5000 IPL runs. He will be the third player to accomplish this accomplishment in the IPL behind RCB chief Virat Kohli and Chennai Super Kings’ Suresh Raina, who has chosen to give the current year’s IPL a miss because of individual reasons.

Rohit is presently positioned at the third situation in the rundown of most elevated run-scorers in IPL with 4998 runs. Raina and Kohli are the main two players to cross the 5000-run mark in IPL. Kohli has scored 5430 runs in 180 matches at a normal of 37.12. Raina, then again, has scored 5368 runs in 193 games at a normal of 33.34.

Rohit likewise needs 10 additional hurries to arrive at the 600-run detriment for KXIP. If he arrives, this will be the fifth IPL group Rohit would have scored those numerous runs. Rohit will have his undertaking cut out against a KXIP assault which has Mohammed Shami and Sheldon Cottrell in the movement office and Murugan Ashwin and Ravi Bishnoi as spinners.

KXIP and MI have shown some incredible cricket in the current year’s IPL however shockingly haven’t had the option to dominate the nearby matches. Both lost their Super Over matches this year.

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