18426. 200*. 44.83. 21367. 86.23. 49. 96. As shown in the above stat, Sachin holds the record for most matches, innings, runs scored, balls faced, most 100's, most 50's. He was also was the first ...
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In ODI history, no batsman has been as prolific as Rohit as an opener. At the top, he averages over 57, has a strike rate of over 92, and has banged 29 hundred, including three double tonnes. Rohit Sharma’s 264 is still the greatest ODI score, and no other batsman has ever scored 200 runs twice.
One-Day cricket has had an interesting time in the twenty-first century. During this time, the general level of fielding, as well as the hitting and bowling components of the game, has skyrocketed. India has won two ODI World Cups in the past, in 1983 and 2011.
West Indies ODI XI. The West Indies have a strong history in ODI cricket. They won two Cricket World Cups as favourites – 1975 and 1979. The West Indies ODI XI also won the 2004 Champions Trophy, against all the odds. ODI cricket requires a certain type of tempo and structure. Ideally, a side needs to have accumulators and power hitters in the batting line-up.
Jos Buttler has played 142 One-Day Internationals and scored 3843 runs at an average of 40.88. Plus, his strike rate is amazing. Jos Buttler strikes at 119.83 in ODI’s – among the best to have ever played the game. He will be the finisher in England’s All-Time ODI XI. Buttler had a stellar 2019 Cricket World Cup for England.
Wisden’s all-time men’s Cricket World Cup XI – the line-up. 1. Sachin Tendulkar 2. Rohit Sharma 3. Ricky Ponting (c) 4. Kumar Sangakkara (wk) 5. Viv Richards 6. AB de Villiers 7. Lance Klusener 8. Wasim Akram 9. Mitchell Starc 10. Glenn McGrath 11. Muttiah Muralitharan
Today, we bring you India’s all-time ODI XI based on the ICC rankings. Have a look: Openers- Rohit Sharma and Sachin Tendulkar: ICC all-time batting ranking of Rohit Sharma: 16 (885 points v Sri Lanka, 06/07/2019) ICC all-time batting ranking of Sachin Tendulkar: 15 (887 v Zimbabwe, 13/11/1998) Well, who wouldn’t want to see the Master-Blaster opening the game with the ‘Hitman’ Sharma?
Arguably, the greatest limited-overs cricketer of all-time, Sanath Jayasuriya has to be the first pick in any Sri Lanka all-time ODI XI. Adjectives are rare to describe the Matara Mauler’s madness.
If there is someone, whose place would be reserved even if you make an all-time World XI for Tests or ODIs, it is the ‘GOD’ Sachin Tendulkar. Having scored 18,426 one-day international runs with 49 centuries and 96 half-centuries, Tendulkar has become the epitome of success when it comes to ODI cricket.