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These 3 batsmen have scored the most number of 50+ scores in ODIs

December 16, 2020

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The sport of cricket has seen some extraordinary batsmen grace the game with their essence. These batsmen scored loads of runs and ruled the opposition's bowling assaults. It was because of such world-class batsmen that their separate groups were profoundly competitive in ODI cricket when they were at the pinnacle of their ability. Here we view 3 such incredible batsmen who have the most 50+ scores in ODIs.

1. Sachin Tendulkar - 145

Apparently, the best Indian batsman to actually play the sport of cricket, the God of Indian cricket Sachin Tendulkar played worldwide cricket for a very long time and overwhelmed bowlers all around the globe. Alongside 49 centuries, Tendulkar likewise has an amazing 96 ODI fifties to his name. He dealt with every one of these records in 452 ODI innings.

His total of 145 50+ scores is the most elevated by any batsman in ODI cricket. He additionally is the highest run-scorer in ODI cricket with upwards of 18426 runs. He is a remarkable individual and will go down as one of the best the game has ever observed.

2. Kumar Sangakkara - 118

Kumar Sangakkara is one of the best Sri Lankan batsmen and the way that he was a wicketkeeper too gave his group an additional choice of playing either a bowler or a batsman. Playing 404 ODIs, he scored 14234 runs and scored 25 ODI hundreds alongside 93 fifties. His total of 118 50+ scores is the second-most elevated by any batsman in ODI cricket

He couldn't exactly win the World Cup, having made it to the finals of the 2007 and 2011 releases. However, he will consistently be recognized as a genuine courteous fellow who played the game in the right spirit and consistently was a group man.

3. Ricky Ponting - 112

Ricky Ponting was the best Australian batsmen ever and likely the best captain in their set of experiences. Leading his group to two World Cup wins in 2003 and 2007, Ricky Ponting likewise showed others how it’s done with the bat. He scored 13704 runs in 375 ODIs including 30 centuries and 92 half-centuries to go with it.

His total count of 112 50+ scores is the record for the third-most noteworthy 50+ scores in ODI cricket. He was a classy batsman and consistently used to force his essence on his opposition by ruling against them. It is simply because of him that Australian cricket arrived at extraordinary heights, particularly during the first decade of the 21st century.

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