Rohit Sharma crossed 4,000 runs in T20Is during India’s T20 World Cup 2024 match against Ireland in New York on Wednesday.

The Indian captain completed the mark in his 144th innings, and is only the second batter after Virat Kohli to manage the feat. Babar Azam is the only other batter apart from the two Indians to cross the 4000-run barrier.

Across his career, Rohit has five centuries, 29 half-centuries and a career-best of an unbeaten 121.

Rohit was on 52 off 37 deliveries when he was retired hurt due to a shoulder discomfort. His innings helped India to a comfortable eight-wicket win.

With his innings, Rohit got to 4,026 runs, just 12 runs behind his compatriot Kohli.