IPL 2023: Rohit Sharma Joined The List Of Most Embarrassing Record In The History Of IPL

Indian team and Mumbai Indians captain and batsman Rohit Sharma has made a very embarrassing record in the history of IPL. The most embarrassing thing in cricket for a batsman is to get out on a score of zero. Something happened with Rohit Sharma in the IPL match against Punjab Kings on Wednesday, which he will never forget. Rohit Sharma was dismissed on a score of zero in this match.

Rohit Sharma has become the most dismissed player in the history of IPL. This is the 15th time that Rohit Sharma has returned to the pavilion after being dismissed for zero. Besides Rohit Sharma, Sunil Narine, Mandeep Singh, and Dinesh Karthik have also been dismissed for zero 15-15 times in IPL.

On Wednesday, Rohit Sharma was dismissed on a zero run in the match against Punjab Kings. Rohit Sharma was returned to the pavilion on a score of zero by Punjab Kings fast bowler Rishi Dhawan caught out by Matthew Short.

In IPL history, Ambati Rayudu holds the second position after being dismissed zero 14 times. Piyush Chawla, Harbhajan Singh, Glenn Maxwell, Parthiv Patel, Ajinkya Rahane and Manish Pandey are joint third after being dismissed for zero 13 times.

With the help of an aggressive century partnership between Ishan Kishan (75) and Suryakumar Yadav (66), Mumbai Indians defeated Punjab Kings by six wickets in the IPL match on Wednesday.

Batting first, Punjab Kings scored 214 for three with the help of Liam Livingstone’s unbeaten 82. In response, Mumbai achieved the target with seven balls to spare. After this win, Mumbai reached the sixth position with ten points from nine matches, while Punjab is at the seventh position with ten points from ten matches.

Top 12 batsmen who got out on ‘Zero’ most times in IPL

  1. Rohit Sharma – 15
  2. Sunil Narine – 15
  3. Mandeep Singh – 15
  4. Dinesh Karthik – 15
  5. Ambati Rayudu – 14
  6. Piyush Chawl – 13
  7. Harbhajan Singh – 13
  8. Glenn Maxwell – 13

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