IPL 2024: Rohit Sharma becomes the fourth player to take 100 catches in IPL

Indians in Mumbai have experienced By reaching 100 catches, Rohit Sharma became the fourth player in Indian Premier League (IPL) history, adding another feather to his crown. The 36-year-old accomplished this on Sunday, April 7, during MI’s IPL 2024 matchup versus Delhi Capitals (DC) at Mumbai’s esteemed Wankhede Stadium. In his 247th match, he took Jhye Richardson’s catch to accomplish this milestone. Gerald Coetzee bowled the ball.

With 110 catches in 242 matches, batsman Virat Kohli of Royal Challengers Bangalore is first on the list of players with the most IPL catches. With 109 catches in 205 games, former Chennai Super Kings player Suresh Raina—also referred to as “Mr. IPL”—holds the second spot. Kieron Pollard, with 103 catches, is next. in 189 games.

In the IPL, Jasprit Bumrah set a record for the Mumbai Indians by taking 150 wickets.

Premier fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah of the Mumbai Indians also created a record when he took 150 wickets in the IPL. He made history by being the first cricketer from India to accomplish this goal for a single IPL team. The fast bowler, who has been with MI since 2013, was born in Ahmedabad and reached this milestone in 124 games.

The 30-year-old bowled brilliantly in an amazing match between MI and DC at Wankhede Stadium, finishing with scores of 2/22 and an economy rate of just 5.50 in four overs. After bringing Abhishek Sharma to the 150-mile mark, he sent Prithvi Shaw back to the pavilion.

Regarding the game, MI amassed a massive 234 runs because to outstanding performances from Tim David (35*), Romario Shepherd (39*), Ishan Kishan (42), and Rohit Sharma (49). In reply, Delhi, captained by Rishabh Pant, faltered from the first ball of their innings. Tristan Stubs, the number four batsman for DC, showed some grit as he scored 71 runs off of just 25 balls, although he was only able to reach 205.

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