Rohit Sharma scored 264 runs off 173 balls against Sri Lanka at the Eden Cultivates in Kolkata on November 13, 2014. Rohit turned into the first man to score two ODI twofold hundreds.
Simultaneously, he broke a few different records. He struck 33 fours in the innings, another record overwhelming Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag's 25 amid their twofold hundreds. He additionally struck nine sixes, taking his limit count in the amusement to 42, beating Sehwag's count of 32 (25 fours, seven sixes against West Indies). He batted 173 balls, the longest anybody's batted in a 50-over match.
Virender Sehwag, 219, India vs West Indies, Indore, 2011. Sehwag took the world record from Sachin Tendulkar.
RohitSharma, 209*, India vs Australia, Bangalore, 2013. The innings contained 16 sixes, another ODI record assuming control from Shane Watson's 15.
Sachin Tendulkar,200*, India vs South Africa, Gwalior, 2010. It was the first ODI twofold hundred in men's cricket, beating Charles Coventry and Saeed Anwar's scores of 194.
What should get going through the psyche of Thisara Perera right now, having dropped the man who would break records left, right and focus, on four, a simple four runs! Rohit Sharma acknowledged the blessing with happiness formerly obscure to include 260 more runs – yes, all alone, not as a group – to complete with a world record score of 264 that will take some breaking.He will definitely selected in World Cup 2015.