Statistics also say Hitman Rohit Sharma is the best king of pull shot

Rohit Sharma had taken a dig at the International Cricket Council's (ICC) pullout for not including himself among the four batsmen in the past, and if we look at the statistics, it proves that this particular shot of cricket is in play. There is no harm to the opener. The ICC tweeted pictures of West Indies' Viv Richards, Australia's Ricky Ponting, South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs and Indian captain Virat Kohli and asked who was the best to bridge them?

Actually, Rohit had tweeted on this, 'Is it missing someone ?? I think working from home is not so easy. If you look at the figures after 2015, Rohit scored his most runs with pull shot. Not only this, Rohit was also ahead of all batsmen in terms of runs scored from pull shot. A cricket website has written about this, 'Sharma has scored 1567 runs from 2015 to pull shot and he has scored the most runs in all formats. When he played pull shot, his strike rate was 274.91 which was the best among batsmen scoring more than 500 runs playing pull shot.

Since 2015, Rohit has scored 1567 runs in international cricket from the bridge, 1229 from the flick and 1105 from the cover drive. Rohit meanwhile scored a total of 8968 runs with pull shots and thus collected 17.47 percent of the pull shots. Meanwhile, Rohit hit 116 sixes from pull shot. After him comes the number of Eoin Morgan, who in these years, pulled 47 sixes.
Among the batsmen who have scored the most runs from pull shot in the last five years, Rohit is followed by David Warner (1209), Shikhar Dhawan (879), Ben Stokes (848) and Kusal Mendis (752) and interestingly the ICC The tweet did not include any of these batsmen.

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