Rohit vs Marsh vs Kohli: Whose century in the ODI series was most dangerous, see the stats

Indian team defeated Australia by 7 wickets in the 3rd and final ODI played in MCG to win the 3-match ODI series by 2-1. Earlier, batting first, Australia were dismissed for just 230 runs in 48.4 overs.
Chasing the target, Team India lost 3 wickets and scored 234 runs in 49.2 overs. However, during this series, only 3 players scored centuries, 1 from Australia and 2 from India. So today, we will analyse the stats of these 3 players and see whose century was most important and dangerous. Let's see.

1. Rohit Sharma:

In the first ODI match of the series in Sydney, Indian team vice-captain Rohit Sharma scored a brilliant hundred, unfortunately, India lost the match and Rohit's century went in vain. During this match, Rohit scored 133 runs off 129 balls which also includes 10 fours and 6 sixes. While he scored this runs at the strike rate of 103.1 and also created many records to his name.

2. Shaun Marsh:

Shaun Marsh played a crucial knock for Australia in the second ODI in Adelaide and helped his team to post a challenging total of 298 in front of India but his century also went in vain just like Rohit Sharma. With the help of 11 fours and 3 sixes, Shaun Marsh scored 131 runs in 123 balls. During this time, he scored his runs at the rate of 106.5

3. Virat Kohli:

Indian captain Virat Kohli is in prime form from years now and his bat always showers runs in every country. After failing in the first ODI, Virat played a fine match-winning knock in Adelaide to help India level the series 1-1. Virat Kohli completed his 39th ODI century and scored 104 runs off 112 balls with 5 fours and 2 sixes with a strike rate of 92.86. For this amazing knock, Virat also won the 'Man of the match' award. So Friends, According to your opinion? Whose century was most dangerous and important, Rohit or Marsh or Virat? Do send us your valuable feedback below.

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