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Rohit better than Kohli?


Virat Kohli or Rohit Sharma, who is the best batsman among these two batsmen. There’s always a question. In scoring runs, the two stars of Indian cricket always find themselves at the top. Sometimes it’s Kohli, sometimes it’s Rohit at the top.

Rohit better than Kohli?

But who is the best in limited overs cricket? One such question was asked to the fans on Rohit’s birthday by the Times Now Sports, an Indian website. However, Rohit won the votes taken on Facebook and Twitter.

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Yesterday was Rohit Sharma’s 33rd birthday. On this day, the supporters voted the Indian opener the best. The vote was taken via Times Now Sports’ Twitter and Facebook. 4577 people voted there. Where Rohit got 48.1 percent votes. And Kohli got 46.1 percent. However, 5.8 percent of the supporters did not vote for either. 1487 people voted on Facebook. Of these, Rohit got 53 percent support and Kohli 47 percent.

However, for the last few years, there has been a hidden duality between Rohit and Kohli. Kohli has already won the title of run machine in all formats. Rohit is a little behind in the Test format. Rohit surpassed Kohli in the last World Cup. Rohit scored five centuries in the World Cup. He was also the highest run-getter.

But Kohli was not in the top five there. Rohit scored 1490 runs in ODIs last year. He finished the year from the top spot. But Kohli, who scored 1377 runs, was in second place. Last year, however, Kohli was ahead in the T20 format. In all, the Indian captain scored 2794 runs and was the highest run-score in this format. And Rohit made 2773 runs and placed himself at two.

However, Rohit has more success in Indian Premier League (IPL), his team has won the title five times. And under his captaincy,

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