While Rohit Sharma is now the best captain in IPL history, on Sunday, he gets an opportunity of going to where no other Indian batsman has.

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma has finished his six-day isolate and is good to go to lead the five-time champions as they launch the UAE-leg of the IPL 2021 with what vows to be a blockbuster of a challenge. 

MI and Chennai Super Kings are the two best establishments throughout the entire existence of IPL, consolidating to win eight titles between themselves. After Rohit, Dhoni is the best IPL captain, having driven CSK to three titles – in 2010, 2011, and 2018.

While Rohit is now the best chief in IPL history, on Sunday, he gets an opportunity of going to where no other Indian batsman has. With regards to T20 cricket, by and large, Rohit is eighth on the rundown of batsmen with most sixes. The rundown is driven by Chris Gayle, with Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell, Brendon McCullum, Shane Watson, AB de Villiers, and Aaron Finch in front of Rohit. 

Notwithstanding, it doesn’t imply that Rohit can’t make history on Sunday. With 397 sixes, the MI skipper is three shy of smoking 400 sixes, and gave he does that, Rohit will turn into the primary Indian batsman throughout the entire existence of T20 cricket to penetrate the 400-six imprint in T20. 

Regardless of whether Rohit can’t arrive on Sunday, have confidence, it is inevitable before the MI commander will accomplish this awesome accomplishment. Truth be told, just four players have hit 300 sixes in T20 cricket. After Rohit, it is Suresh Raina (324), Virat Kohli (315), and MS Dhoni (303). Of the 397 sixes, 224 have come in the IPL, out of which 173 have come while addressing MI. the excess 51 sixes Rohit has hit in his IPL profession came during the initial three seasons when he was playing for the now-outdated Deccan Chargers.