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6 batsmen who topped Down Under over the years
Rohit Sharma’s majestic 171* is fifth in the list, highest by an Indian. (Photos: AFP/CA)
Rohit Sharma’s majestic 171* is fifth in the list, highest by an Indian. (Photos: AFP/CA)
Rohit Sharma slammed an unbeaten 171 off 163 balls against Australia in Perth on Tuesday. He hit 13 fours and seven sixes. (Photo: BCCI)
Rohit Sharma slammed an unbeaten 171 off 163 balls against Australia in Perth on Tuesday. He hit 13 fours and seven sixes. (Photo: BCCI)
West Indies star batsman Chris Gayle hit a double ton (215 off 147 balls) against Zimbabwe during the ICC World Cup 2015 in Canberra. The Jamaican hit 16 sixes and 10 fours. (Photo: AFP)
West Indies star batsman Chris Gayle hit a double ton (215 off 147 balls) against Zimbabwe during the ICC World Cup 2015 in Canberra. The Jamaican hit 16 sixes and 10 fours. (Photo: AFP)
Australia opener David Warner hit a handsome 178 off 133 balls (19 fours, five sixes) against Afghanistan during the mega event in Perth. (Photo: AP)
Australia opener David Warner hit a handsome 178 off 133 balls (19 fours, five sixes) against Afghanistan during the mega event in Perth. (Photo: AP)
Mark Waugh hit 173 off 148 balls against West Indies in Carlton Series at Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2001. (Photo: AFP)
Mark Waugh hit 173 off 148 balls against West Indies in Carlton Series at Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2001. (Photo: AFP)
Adam Gilchrist sent the Zimbabwean bowlers for a leather hunt at Hobart, scoring 172 off 126 in 2004. (Photo: Cricket Australia)
Adam Gilchrist sent the Zimbabwean bowlers for a leather hunt at Hobart, scoring 172 off 126 in 2004. (Photo: Cricket Australia)
Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly scored 141 against Pakistan in Adelaide in 2000. (Photo: AFP)
Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly scored 141 against Pakistan in Adelaide in 2000. (Photo: AFP)