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Highest ODI score by batsman

Now, cricket isn’t just a people’s game, it’s beyond that. Few people emotionally identify with them because they believe cricket to be their country’s pride, few people even enjoy this, because it’s just like television, and few care of making money a sport in which betting is a broader range. Cricket is playing in three formats i.e. Test Cricket, International One-Day Cricket (ODI) and international cricket Twenty20. More on One Day International, 2 teams of over 50 compete at international level. Many cricketers have made a lifetime record of their wonderful abilities.

Here is a list of Highest ODI score by batsman. Take a look below;

Rohit Sharma

In One Day International, Rohit Sharma, an Indian International player, scored 264 times against Sri Lanka played at Eden Gardens, Kolkata on November 13, 2014. Rohit Sharma was elected captain in the Indian Premiere League as a Mumbai Indian Indian in 2014 and still leads the team.

Guptill’s Martin

As the first New Zealand player to score a 12th century in One Day International, Martin Guptill is a new Zealand cricketer, and on March 21st 2015 at Westpac Stadium he was able to score 237 times over against Western India.

Chris Gayle

The international West Indies player Chris Gayle scored 215 against Zimbabwe on the day 24 February 2015 at Manuka Oval, Canberra. In the crickets past of the 220 Cricket matches he is often known to be one of the best batsmen.

Virender Sehwag

On 8 December 2011 in Holkar Cricket Stadum, Indore, Virender Sehwag, former Indian International Cricketer known for his violent right-hand bowling, managed to score a 219-series run over West Indies.

Sachin Tendulkar

On 24 February 2010, at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior, Sachin Tendulcar, the former captain of the Indian National Team and an Indian International player scored 200 times against South Africa. With his wide range of achievements, he has been honored with the title of “God of Cricket”.

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli, the new Indian Country Team captain’s Indian international player. On 18 March 2012, he scored 183 runs against Pakistan at the National Cricket Stadium of Sher-e-Bangla. And is also one of the best all rounders in the team today.

To conclude,

Cricket has been the most favored sport in the world sticking audiences for hours together. With every match there’s a new record built. the above-mentioned are considered as Highest ODI score by batsman in the history of One Day International matches.

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Steve Smith has been enjoying an outstanding cricketing summer at home against India. The former Australian skipper scored back-to-back centuries in the first two ODIs against Virat Kohli’s team and currently is the top-scorer of the tournament with 209 runs in 2 innings.

In the second ODI on Sunday 29th November, Steve Smith smashed 104 off 64 balls and was adjudged inarguably as the Player of the Match after Australia outplayed India by 51 runs. It was the second time in three days that he had brought up a remarkable ton and won MOM award as a result.

Virat Kohli and Steve Smith
Virat Kohli and Steve Smith. Image Credit: Getty Images.

Steve Smith Batted Superbly Without Giving Any Opportunity: Marnus Labuschagne

Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne was in awe of Steve Smith’s batting and heaped praises on the latter’s match-winning knock. Marnus Labuschagne was surprised that he completed his century in 62 balls despite not taking any risk in the second ODI.

Marnus Labuschagne
Marnus Labuschagne. Image Credit: Getty Images.

“That was one of the best innings I’ve seen in one-day cricket, not only from Steve but from anyone. I think the way he batted yesterday was superb. It almost felt like he didn’t give an opportunity, didn’t really take any risk, but he got a hundred off 62 balls. When someone’s doing that, that’s kind of scary,” ESPNcricinfo quoted Labuschagne as saying.

Marnus Labuschagne failed in the first ODI but scored 70 off 61 balls in the second ODI. But it was David Warner and Aaron Finch, another centurion and top scorer in first ODI, who stitched together another 100 run partnership for the first wicket to build a solid foundation.

Steve Smith Took The Game On Towards The Back End: Marnus Labuschagne

The duo of Marnus Labuschagne and Steve Smith had stitched a 136-run partnership for the third wicket after Aaron Finch and David Warner’s dismissal which helped Australia piling up a mammoth total of 389-runs.

“It was really nice to build that partnership with him, 136. It was just nice to keep ticking it over and we were really busy through that middle part when we came together. Then towards the back end Steve really took the game on and that’s how we got 390. They’re two very big scores in the last two games, thanks obviously to Steve,” Labuschagne said.

Meanwhile, David Warner has been ruled out of the limited-overs fixtures against India due to a groin strain and will miss the remaining white-ball matches including the remaining ODI and 3 T20Is.

D’Arcy Short, who last played a T20I in February 2019, has replaced injured David Warner in the T20I squad. The Big Bash League’s leading run-scorer in 2017-18 and 2018-19, D’ Arcy Short has been brought into the squad as a like for like replacement – left-hand power opener for dashing David Warner.

David Warner Injured
David Warner Injured

Also, pace spearhead Pat Cummins will miss the remaining of the limited-overs fixtures against India to have some rest until the opening test match at Adelaide Oval from December 17.

Australia gained a 2-0 unassailable lead in the three-match ODI series on Sunday and will next meet India in the dead rubber on Wednesday, 2nd December.

Well, cricket is known as the most popular sport in the world where the context between the bat and the ball will never fail to amaze us. This game is taken into a new level which is more intense than before. Some batsmen will entertain us with their amazing strokes and score runs. Few batsmen will make runs with patience and grit, however, some will try to destroy bowling attacks with an onslaught. At the end of the match, what counts is how many runs are score no matter how they come. Below is the best batsman in the world 2020.

Steve Smith

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Initially, Steve Smith started his career as a leg spinner and known as the next Shane Warne. However, he slowly started dominant the bowlers with his unusual technique and become the best test player of the current era. His average 61.37 is second-best among players who have scored 2000 plus runs behind Don Bradman. However, even he started showing his class in ODI and T20 Internationals which makes him one of the top players in the current generation.

Kane Williamson

Williamson is usually at his best when it comes to Tests. In ODIs, he scores at a good strike rate and can accelerate as and when the situation him to. However, many people had doubted his T20 skills, however, he proved them all wrong in the IPL when he led SRH to the finals at the biggest domestic T20 tournament.  He scores his runs at a strike rate of more than 140 and that shows what impact he had in the tournament. He can truly succeed as a batsman anywhere in the world.

Virat Kohli

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Virat Kohli is known as the best batsman in the world 2020 in all three formats and he is second in tests. He became the second-fastest to 24 centuries by achieving the fantastic feat in 123 innings next to Sir Don Bradman.  He scores his runs in tests at a strike rate of almost 60 and his average is 54.66 Tests and 58.21 in ODIs. So, he is known for rotating the strike rate more than any player and one of the fittest players in the current Indian team.

Joe Root

The skipper of the England Test Team is a threat to any team and on any given condition. Root is an amazing player of Spin and an even better player of the swinging ball. He is an ideal batsman for ODI and Test format where he processes the talent to play according to the situation.

The above-mentioned players are the batsman who has dominated the cricket game in the current era and played many match innings knock for their country. Hope that I have covered all the topics in my article about the best batsman in the world 2020. Thanks for reading!

Well, in the history of cricket there have been individuals who have been only known for their batting or bowling skills but people have never recognized as good fielders for their excellent efforts.  This kind of player will down as the most valuable fielder for their team when they retire in the future. So, from their fielding, they have saved a lot many runs for the team and also boost the bowler’s confidence for picking up the wickets when it comes to the best fielder in the world. Below are the top fielders in the world.

Suresh Raina

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The left-hand batsman is known for making spectacular catches in the ground and his fielding is as good as his inside-out shots. Raina is one of the first sets of Indian players who have given 100% effort in the field. So, Dhoni took full advantage of his field that helped him to give pressure to the opponent batsman in an easy manner.  Also, he was consistent in his fielding placements where batsmen had to think twice for taking an extra run.

Kieron Pollard

Kieron Pollard was one of the best fielders who can run quickly and throw the ball in the perfect way. He has taken some exceptional catches on the boundary line and will look possible only for the player because of his height benefits.  Even he has the ability for running faster and can save important runs for the team.

Ravindra Jadeja

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Every team needs one player like Jadeja for stopping runs with his great athletics. His dynamic speed to cover the ground followed by the bullet arm throw is threatening as well as delightful to watch. Ravindra Jadeja is an asset to the team who can constantly save runs in every match and known as the best fielder in the world.

Jonty Rhodes

Rhodes was the cricketer who made people recognize fielding as an art and he was the greatest artist in this game. In the field, his acrobatic movement was something and real entertainment for the spectators where he could serve his team through his diving power, catching power, and above all throwing capabilities which run-outs many great batsmen and for sure he could save runs for his team.

AB De Villiers

Ab De Villiers is a top-class player who has shown a lot of consistency despite aging up. His flexibility in the field will help in catching the ball more efficiently without compromising on injuries. Even he has some flexibility and techniques for his batting which helps in timing the ball more efficiently.

The above-mentioned players are known for their fielding efforts and make them great assets to the team and also known as the best fielder in the world. Hope that I have covered all the topics in my article about top fielders in the world.Thanks for reading!

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