Top-5 Batsmen Who Scored Most Runs In An ODI Match,two Indians In List

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1. Rohit Sharma – India’s legendary opener and batsman known as Hitman, Rohit Sharma holds the record for scoring the most runs in an ODI match. This record was made by Rohit Sharma against Sri Lanka in 2014 at the Eden Gardens ground in Kolkata. Rohit Sharma scored 264 runs in 173 balls in this innings which included 33 fours and 9 sixes. His strike rate during this innings was 152.60.

2.Martin Guptill- New Zealand’s explosive opener Martin Guptill scored 237 runs in a match against West Indies during the 2015 World Cup. During this innings, he faced 163 balls and hit 24 fours and 11 sixes, his strike rate being 145.39. Guptill’s name still holds the record for the highest score in a one-day World Cup match.

3. Virender Sehwag- Whenever the name of the most fearless and explosive players of cricket history comes, Virender Sehwag’s name will be on top of it. Playing against West Indies in 2011, Sehwag played a brilliant innings of 219 runs in 149 balls. During this innings, Sehwag hit 25 fours and 7 sixes. During this innings, Sehwag’s strike rate was 146.97.

4. Chris Gayle- West Indies legend Chris Gayle, popularly known as Universe Boss, played an innings of 215 runs in 147 balls in a match against Zimbabwe in 2015. During this innings, Chris Gayle hit 10 fours and 16 sixes. Gayle’s strike rate during this innings was 146.25.

5. Fakhar Zaman- The player playing for Pakistan played an unbeaten innings of 210 runs in 156 balls while playing against Zimbabwe in 2018. During this innings, Fakhar Zaman hit 24 fours and 5 sixes and his strike rate was 134.61.


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