After a brief weather delay in Florida, West Indies decided to bowl first, which is when Rohit’s knock occurred. In his 16-ball innings, Rohit smashed two boundaries and three maximums, giving India a strong start with a 53-run opening partnership with Suryakumar Yadav in 4.4 overs.

Rohit now holds the record for the most sixes ever recorded by an Asian batsman in international cricket, surpassing former Pakistan skipper Afridi with those two sixes. As of the right moment, Rohit has 477 sixes, one more than Afridi. In terms of a total of sixes, Rohit is second only to West Indies star Chris Gayle in international cricket. Gayle has struck 553 sixes. Rohit has smashed 477 sixes overall, including 163 in 132 T20I appearances, 250 in 233 ODI games, and 64 in Test cricket.

Along the way to the hit, Rohit became the first opener to score 3000 runs in T20 international cricket. After Martin Guptill of New Zealand, who has a total of 3119 runs in 99 innings as openers, he became only the second hitter in the world to achieve the milestone. Overall, Rohit still holds the record for the greatest score by a hitter in the Twenty20 format with 3487 runs scored in 132 games. Speaking about the match, the Indian team’s all-around effort enabled them to win the series.

“I thought our gameplay was enjoyable. Despite the difficult circumstances, we managed to get a solid score. It was pleasant to see that we gave our batting technique a lot of attention. Our bowlers took use of the pitch’s slowness to their advantage. Although I felt 190 was a decent total, WI’s hitting makes any score excellent. We performed well today to win the cricket match. The bowlers bowled in pairs to obtain wickets, and the batsmen were very intelligent. It stopped them from scoring, “After the victory, Rohit stated.