Rachin scores multiple centuries

Rachin scores multiple centuries, touches Sachin’s feat

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In the first match of the World Cup, Rachin Ravindra made a splash. In the match against the world champion England, a stunning century came from his bat. He scored a hundred again in the match against Australia on Saturday. Along with that, this Kiwi cricketer also set a new record. He touched the feat of Sachin.

In the match against Australia in Dharamshala, Rachin played a blistering innings of 116 off 89 balls, studded with nine fours and five sixes. After scoring a century against Australia, Racine also took a place in the same seat with Glenn Turner, Kane Williamson. Turner, Williamson and Guptill had the precedent of scoring two centuries in a World Cup. Rachin also wrote his name in that list.

The number of cricketers of Indian origin who have come to play the World Cup in India is quite surprising this time. Rachin’s parents are Indian. But he was born in Wellington. Rachin Ravindra’s father Ravi Krishnamurthy is a software architect by profession. He used to play club cricket in Bangalore before moving to New Zealand. Rabindra’s father was born in Bangalore. He is also a big fan of Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid. Rachin named his son using the two legendary names ‘Ra’ from Rahul and ‘Chin’ from Sachin.

But even Rachin’s father did not think that the boy would grow up to touch Sachin’s fame. But the Kiwi cricketer has done just that. Rachin also touched on Sachin’s feat of becoming the youngest to score a century in the World Cup. At the age of 23, Sachin scored two centuries in the World Cup. Next to Rachin’s name is the number 2.

So far, this Kiwi batsman has scored 406 runs in the World Cup. Among them are two hundreds and two fifties. He scored 123 runs against England, 51 runs against Netherlands, 9 runs against Bangladesh, 32 runs against Afghanistan, 75 runs against India and 116 runs against Australia.

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