The Men in Blue scored 58 runs in the first six overs of their innings, with captain Rohit Sharma leading from the front.

Rohit Sharma played an attacking knock in the first T20I between India and West Indies at the Eden Gardens.

The right-handed batter scored 40 off 19 balls for the Men in Blue. His knock was laced with 4 fours and 3 sixes.

The 34-year old Indian captain is the first active cricketer to cross 30 in his last seven innings. Mohammad Rizwan is in second spot with six such scores.

Rohit is also the third highest run-scorer in the shortest format of the game. Sharma has accumulated 3237 runs in 120 matches. The tally is led by Martin Guptill with 3299 runs from 112 T20Is while Virat Kohli has 3244 runs from 96 contests.

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