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List of international awards of Rohit Sharma

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Rohit Sharma is an Indian international cricketer. He made his international cricket debut in June 2007. He has scored twenty-nine centuries in international cricket; three in Tests, twenty-two in One Day Internationals (ODI) and four in Twenty20 International (T20Is). As of July 2010, Sharma has played 27 Tests, 215 One Day Internationals and 94 Twenty20 Internationals.[1]

As of July 2019, Rohit won 19 Man of the Match awards and 4 Man of the Series awards in One Day Internationals; 1 Man of the Match award and 1 Man of the series award in Tests; 7 Man of the Match awards and 1 Man of the Series award in Twenty20 Internationals and 17 Man of the Match awards in Indian Premier League.

Rohit Sharma was honoured with Arjuna Award by the Government of India in 2015.[2] Rohit Sharma is the only player in the world to have won ESPN Cricinfo Award for three consecutive years.[3] Rohit Sharma is the only individual to score 264 in One Day Internationals for which he was honoured with a Special Award by BCCI in 2014.[4]

Awards[edit]

  • 2019: ICC Cricket World Cup Golden Bat Award.[5]
  • 2019: CEAT International ODI Cricketer of the Year.[6]
  • 2018: Shiv Chhatrapati State Sports Award[7][8]
  • 2018: GQ Sporting Elegance.[9]
  • 2016: CEAT Indian Cricketer of the Year.[10]
  • 2015: Arjuna Award recipient for achievements in cricket.[11]
  • 2015: GQ Sportsperson of the Year.[12]
  • 2015: ESPN Cricinfo Award for Best T20 Innings of the year[13][14]
  • 2014: BCCI Special Award for scoring a world record ODI score of 264.[15]
  • 2014: ESPN Cricinfo Award for Best ODI Innings of the year.[16]
  • 2013: ESPN Cricinfo Award for Best ODI Innings of the year.[17]
  • 2013: Dilip Sardesai Award for Best Indian cricketer of the Year.[18]
  • ICC ODI Team of the Year: 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 [19][20][21][22]

Key[edit]

Symbol Meaning
* Remained not out
double-dagger Captained the Indian cricket team
Ct No. of catches caught in the innings
Balls No. of deliveries faced in the innings
S/R Strike rate during the innings
Ave Average during the innings

Test awards[edit]

Player of the Series Awards[edit]

No. Series Season Series Performance Result Ref(s)
1 West Indies in India Test Series 2013-14 Runs:288 (428 balls:34×4, 4x6), Ave - 288.00, S/R - 67.29; 3 ct  India won the 2-match series 2–0. [23]

Player of the Match Awards[edit]

No. Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result Ref(s)
1  West Indies Eden Gardens Stadium, Kolkata 6 November 2013 Runs:177(301 balls:23x4,1x6), S/R - 58.80  India won by an inning and 51 runs [24]

One Day International awards[edit]

Player of the Series Awards[edit]

No. Series Season Series Performance Result Ref(s)
1 India v West Indies in West Indies 2010-11 Runs:257 (299 balls: 11x4,6x6), Ave - 128.50, S/R - 85.95; 1 ct  India won the 5-match series 3–2. [25]
2 West Indies v India in India 2011-12 Runs:305 (323 balls: 11x4,6x6), Ave - 76.25, S/R - 89.97; 1 ct  India won the 5-match series 4–1. [26]
3 Australia v India in India 2013-14 Runs:491 (452 balls: 45x4,23x6), Ave - 122.75 , S/R - 108.63; 2 ct  India won the 7-match series 3–2. [27]
4 India v Australia in Australia 2015-16 Runs:441 (434 balls:35x4,14x6), Ave - 110.25, S/R - 101.61; 2 ct  Australia won the 5-match series 4–1. [28]

Player of the Match Awards[edit]

No. Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result Ref(s)
1  Sri Lanka Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 30 May 2010 Runs:101* (100 balls: 6x4, 2x6)  India won by 7 wickets. [29]
2  West Indies Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad 6 June 2011 Runs:68* (75 balls: 3x4,1x6); 1 ct  India won by 4 wickets. [30]
3  West Indies Barabati Stadium, Cuttack 29 November 2011 Runs:72 (99 balls: 3x4,1x6)  India won by 1 wicket. [31]
4  Australia Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur 16 October 2013 Runs:141* (123 balls: 17x4,4x6)  India won by 9 wickets. [32]
5  Australia M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 2 November 2013 Runs:209 (158 balls: 12x4, 16x6)  India won by 57 runs. [33]
6  Sri Lanka Eden Gardens, Kolkatta 13 November 2014 Runs:264 (173 balls: 33x4,9x6)  India won by 153 runs. [34]
7  Bangladesh Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 19 March 2015 Runs:137 (126 balls: 14x4,3x6)  India won by 109 runs. [35]
8  Australia Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 15 January 2016 Runs:124 (127 balls: 11x4,3x6)  Australia won by 7 wickets. [36]
9  Bangladesh Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Edgbaston 15 June 2017 Runs:123* (129 balls: 15x4,1x6)  India won by 9 wickets. [37]
10  Australia Vidarbha Cricket Stadium, Nagpur 1 October 2017 Runs:125 (109 balls: 11x4, 5x6)  India won by 7 wickets. [38]
11  New Zealand Green Park Stadium, Kanpur 29 October 2017 Runs:147 (138 balls: 18x4,2x6)  India won by 6 runs. [39]
12  Sri Lanka Punjab Cricket Stadium, Mohali 13 December 2017 Runs:208* double-dagger (153 balls: 13x4,12x6); 1 ct  India won by 141 runs. [40]
13  South Africa St George's Park, Port Elizabeth 13 February 2018 Runs:115 (126 balls: 11x4,4x6); 1 ct  India won by 73 runs. [41]
14  West Indies Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 29 October 2018 Runs:162 (137 balls:20x4 4x6); 3 ct  India won by 224 runs. [42]
15  New Zealand Bay Oval, New Zealand 26 January 2019 Runs:87 (96 balls:9x4 3x6)  India won by 90 runs. [43]
16  South Africa Rose Bowl, Southampton 5 June 2019 Runs:112 (144 balls:13x4 2x6); 1 ct  India won by 6 wickets. [44]
17  Pakistan Old Trafford, Manchester 16 June 2019 Runs:140 (113 balls:14x4 3x6)  India won by 89 runs (D/L). [45]
18  Bangladesh Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham 2 July 2019 Runs:104 (92 balls:7x4 5x6)  India won by 28 runs. [46]
19  Sri Lanka Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds 6 July 2019 Runs:103 (94 balls:14x4 2x6); 1 ct  India won by 7 wickets. [47]

Twenty20 International awards[edit]

Player of the Series Awards[edit]

No. Series Season Series Performance Result Ref(s)
1 India v England in England 2017-18 Runs:137 (95 balls: 15x4,6x6), Ave - 68.50, S/R - 144.21  India won the 3-match series 2–1. [48]

Player of the Match Awards[edit]

No. Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result Ref(s)
1  South Africa Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban 9 January 2011 Runs:53 (34 balls: 5x4,2x6); 1 ct.  India won by 21 runs. [49]
2  Bangladesh Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka 24 February 2016 Runs:83 (55 balls: 7x4,3x6); 1 ct.  India won by 45 runs. [50]
3  United Arab Emirates Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka 3 March 2016 Runs:39 (28 balls: 7x4,1x6)  India won by 9 wickets. [51]
4  Sri Lanka Holkar Stadium, Indore 22 December 2017 Runs:118 double-dagger(43 balls: 12x4,10x6)  India won by 88 runs. [52]
5  Bangladesh R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 14 March 2018 Runs:89 (61 balls:5x4,5x6)  India won by 17 runs. [53]
6  England Bristol County Ground 8 July 2018 Runs:100* (56 balls: 11x4, 5x6)  India won by 7 wickets. [54]
7  West Indies Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow 6 November 2018 Runs:111* double-dagger (61 balls: 8x4,7x6); 3 ct  India won by 71 runs. [55]

See also[edit]

  • List of international cricket centuries by Rohit Sharma

References[edit]

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