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Current India's stand-in T20I captain Rohit Sharma, who is having a fantastic year with the bat, and a unique record in Chennai await if India manages to sweep the T20I series.
He has been receiving exceptionally well reviews for not only his batting against the white ball but also his captaincy.
Rohit went past Virat Kohli to become the highest run-scorer for India in the shortest format of the game in the second match at Lucknow. He just needs another 69 runs to become the leading run-scorer in the world in this format.
According to media reports former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar said, "The standout performer in both the limited overs series and the T20 series has been Rohit Sharma. Like Virender Sehwag before him, he is unstoppable once he gets going and like Viru he has an appetite for big hundreds. When Viru used to get out looking to hit another delivery out of the park, there used to be consternation around the ground, just like it is when Rohit gets out to a seemingly casual shot."
The Indian opener has been recently included in the Test squad for the Australian series and Gavaskar is hopeful that the right-hander will be able to translate his white ball form in Test cricket.
"If Rohit can turn his white ball exploits into red ball cricket, he will be the most destructive batsman in the world after Viv Richards and Virender Sehwag," he wrote.