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    6 similarities between Rohit Sharma and Harmanpreet Kaur

    Harmanpreet Kaur and Rohit Sharma are now members of the Mumbai Indians family. Sharma has been with MI since 2011.

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    Harmanpreet Kaur

    Harmanpreet Kaur and Rohit Sharma are now members of the Mumbai Indians family. Sharma has been with MI since 2011, while Kaur earned a Women’s Premier League contract from the Mumbai-based franchise yesterday at the inaugural WPL 2023 Auction.

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    Fans are ecstatic to see both the star players in the Mumbai Indians squads. They have made a name for themselves with their big-hitting skills. In this listicle now, we will look at the six similarities between Rohit Sharma and Harmanpreet Kaur in their careers so far.

    (Stats: Shebas)

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    1. Both Rohit Sharma and Harmanpreet Kaur are Indian team captains

    The biggest similarity between them is that they are leaders of the Indian men’s and women’s cricket teams. It should not be a surprise if Kaur is elected as the first captain of the Mumbai WPL team.

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    2. Big knocks vs. Australia

    An interesting coincidence between their careers is that both Sharma and Kaur have registered scores of 171 in matches against Australia at the international level.

    3. Both Rohit Sharma and Harmanpreet Kaur have played most T20Is

    A unique world record held by Rohit Sharma and Kaur is for the most number of appearances made by a player in men’s and women’s T20I matches, respectively.

    4. 1st century

    The first century of their international careers for the Indian men’s and women’s cricket teams came while they were batting at the number four position in a match.

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    5. Both Rohit Sharma and Harmanpreet Kaur have most 6s for India

    Sharma and Kaur are big-hitters of the ball, and the fact that they own the record for the most sixes smashed by an Indian in men’s and women’s matches highlights the same.

    6. T20I hundred as captain

    It is not everyone’s cup of tea to perform well under the burden of captaincy, but both Sharma and Kaur have smashed a century each as skippers in T20I cricket.