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Now, India head into the 5-match One-Day International starting in 72 hours.

It was Rohit Sharma’s unbeaten ton that helped India beat England in the decider. It was also his 3rd T20I ton. This will make him one of England’s most danger-man, come the ODI’s.

With this century Rohit Sharma also pipped KL Rahul to become the highest century-maker for India in T20Is. KL Rahul has two and Suresh Raina with a solitary ton is at number three.

Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma now has 18 scores of 50+, which again is a record.

This is a record KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma achieved as a pair.

That is a record to be proud of, just goes to show India’s batting power at the top. That is also the essence of what makes this Virat Kohli-led India so special as a team.

Rohit ‘Hitman’ Sharma became the fifth batsman in men’s cricket to go past 2000 T20 International runs. Others who’ve reached 2000 runs in T20 Internationals are New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum and Martin Guptill, Pakistan’s Shoaib Malik and India captain Virat Kohli. Rohit is now just behind Virat Kohli in that list (As an Indian).

Rohit also equals Colin Munro to be the cricketer with the highest number of T20I centuries.

Earlier, Virat Kohli (43 of 29 balls) and Rohit Sharma’s partnership of 89-run stand and a 14-ball 37 blitz by Pandya helped India cruise to a series with an over to spare.

Earlier in the day, former captain and wicketkeeper MS Dhoni become the first wicketkeeper in the world to take 50 catches in T20Is.