Rohit Sharma needs 46 runs to surpass Ganguly, Tendulkar and Lara
When India face Australia in the 2nd ODI, there’s an extra motivation for Rohit Sharma. He is now inches away from becoming the third fastest to 9000 ODI runs beating Sourav Ganguly (228 innings), Sachin Tendulkar (235 innings) and Brian Lara (239 innings). Rohit needs just 46 runs. He has 8954 runs in 215 innings so far. Virat Kohli tops the list with 194 innings while AB de Villiers is second with 205 innings.