India women’s cricket team captain Harmanpreet Kaur beats Rohit Sharma in this way. On Monday she wrote history during India’s final Group B match against Ireland Women in the T20 World.
As she student the field for toss she marked her 150th match in the T20i format, becoming the world’s first player regardless of male or female to appear in 150 matches in this format.
After Harmanpreet the second best in women’s cricket in the same format is New Zealand’s Suzy Bates who has appeared in 7 less matches than her. However just after Suzi comes another Indian player Smriti Mandhana, with attendance in 115 matches.
Harmanpreet was head on with Rohit Sharma with equal number of matches while she was in the Women’s T20 World Cup match against West Indies. Then she left him behind with her being a part in England match last week.
“It means a lot, I got an emotional message from my team-mates. Thanks to BCCI and ICC, we are able to play so many games,” Harmanpreet said at toss when being reminded of the milestone she reached.