Rohit Sharma got to the 11000 run-mark with a hat-trick of fours. Rohit needed only 40 runs to go past the mark. He breached it quite comfortably in the 10th over of the innings. He tore apart Umran Malik and joined the same club as Virat Kohli.
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At the same over, Rohit Sharma also went past the 5000-run mark in MI colours. He is the only Mumbai batter to do so. Rohit, however, did get a lifeline when Sanvir Singh dropped him on 12. Interestingly, he was dropped again by the very same fielder on 51 but fell soon after on 56. Mumbai Indians won the match by 8 wickets. Cameron Green scored his maiden ton in the IPL and helped Mumbai breach the total easily.
He is also the seventh batter overall to make the mark after Chris Gayle (WI), Shoaib Malik (PAK), Kieron Pollard (WI), David Warner (AUS), and Aaron Finch (AUS) besides Kohli. Gayle has the highest number of T20 runs – 14,562.