Rohit Sharma is anyway a threat to the opposition but when he puts the Hitman mode on, Rohit becomes unstoppable. New Zealand got a first-hand experience of that in Hamilton as India's vice-captain made up for his 2 consecutive failures with a performance which most batsmen just dream about. He started 3rd T20 by becoming the first-ever Indian to score a half-century within the powerplay overs of a T20I. Rohit's 40-ball-65 also made him the 4th Indian opener to score 10,000 runs in international cricket. the Hitman finished the game by winning his 10th man of the match award in T20I, 3rd most in the world.