The debate of being a better limited-overs batsman between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma is simply unstoppable. The two have made a solid mark for themselves at the highest level and have led India to some spectacular win in the past.
Now their teammate Shikhar Dhawan has said that the two batsmen are individually sound and have their own style of play.
“Like Rohit, at the start, he takes his time and once he gets going, no one can beat him. On the other hand, Virat’s consistency and class, it’s amazing. I feel very lucky and grateful that I have been a part of this era,” the Delhi cricketer added.
Rohit holds the record for scoring three double tons including the highest individual score by a batsman in ODI cricket while Kohli holds the record for the fastest ODI ton for India.
Kohli and Rohit have also been involved in record chases for India. The trio led India to chase down 350+ scores twice against Australia in ODIs.
The Indian skipper has been a part of the Indian setup that won the 2011 World Cup while Rohit played the inaugural World T20 in 2007. India won both the tournaments under the captaincy of MS Dhoni. Apart from this the two played an important role in India’s Champions Trophy-winning triumph in 2013.