Rohit Sharma became the sixth batsman to score a hundred in ICC ODI tournament, knockout games for India © Getty Images
Rohit Sharma became the sixth batsman to score a hundred in ICC ODI tournament, knockout games for India © Getty Images

India‘s highly rated opener Rohit Sharma on Thursday joined among the name of legendary Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly, following his 11th One-Day Ineternational (ODI) century against Bangladesh in semi-final 2 of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 at Edgbaston. He became the sixth batsman to score a hundred in ICC ODI tournament, knockout games for India. While Rohit has two centuries among them, Ganguly has managed to score three of them, while Tendulkar has just one. Rohit has scored the twin centuries after playing just five matches of the tournament. Currently, Rohit is batting along with skipper Virat Kohli in the tie as India inch closer to the final spot. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs Bangladesh, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 – Semi-Final 2 at Edgbaston

Earlier, Shikhar Dhawan made it to the history books as he went past former India skipper Sourav Ganguly to become the highest run scorer from India in the history of the ICC Champions Trophy. He achieved the feat during the semi-final 2 of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 against minnows Bangladesh at Edgbaston in Birmingham. Till date, Ganguly held the record, scoring 665 runs from 13 matches, with an average of 74 and a strike rate of 83, including three centuries and half-cenrturies. Meanwhile, Dhawan has achieved the feat in just nine matches, with an average of 85 and a strike rate of 102, including the same number of boundaries as that of Ganguly. FULL CRICKET UPDATES: India vs Bangladesh, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 – Semi-Final 2 at Edgbaston

Player M R HS Avg B S/R 100 50
Sourav Ganguly 10 514 141* 85.66 588 87.41 3 1
Rohit Sharma 5 321 137 80.25 356 90.16 2 0
Sachin Tendulkar 15 657 141 50.53 813 80.81 1 5

Meanwhile, Kedar Jadhav proved India’s surprise weapon with the ball as the title-holders restricted Bangladesh to 264 for seven in their Champions Trophy semi-final at Edgbaston on Thursday. The part-time off-spinner, who’d taken just six wickets in his previous 18 one-day internationals, removed Bangladesh top-scorers Tamim Iqbal (70) and Mushfiqur Rahim (61).