Rachin was named after Sachin, now 23 year old Kiwi batsman has broken the record of Master Blaster

Rachin Ravindra, NZ vs PAK: The name of New Zealand’s rising star Rachin Ravindra has been in the news throughout the World Cup 2023. The 23-year-old scored 108 runs in 94 balls against Pakistan. This was his third century in the current World Cup. He also scored two half-centuries in the tournament. Rachin Ravindra has left behind his idol Sachin Tendulkar by scoring his third century. He has left Sachin Tendulkar behind in a record. At the same time, Rachin has equaled Sachin in one record.

Rachin Ravindra broke Sachin Tendulkar’s record with his third century of the World Cup, leaving many Kiwi legends behind and setting the record for most centuries in the World Cup for New Zealand. Also, he broke his idol Sachin Tendulkar’s record of scoring two centuries in the World Cup at the age of 25. At the age of 23, this Kiwi batsman has scored three more World Cup centuries than Sachin. Moreover, Rachin also reached the same level as Sachin in one respect. This is the highest run scorer in a World Cup under the age of 25.

Sachin Tendulkar scored 523 runs in the 1996 World Cup. At that time his age was less than 25 years. Now at the age of 23, Rachin has scored 523 runs in 8 matches in the 2023 World Cup. He will have to play at least one more match. He can leave even Sachin behind. In this World Cup, Rachin scored so many runs at an average of 74.71 and a strike rate of 107, which included two half-centuries and three centuries. His highest score is 123 runs. He is also the second highest run scorer of the tournament. Quinton de Kock tops this list with 545 runs.

Rachin Ravindra has another record in his name. If he scores 10 runs in the next match, he will break Jonny Bairstow’s record. The England batsman scored 532 runs in 11 innings in his first World Cup. This is the highest score made by any batsman in the first innings of the World Cup. If Rachin scores 10 more runs, he will also take this record to his name.