Indian batters set new records in the ODI format in 2023.

Spread the love
Indian batters set new records in the ODI format in 2023.
Indian batters set new records in the ODI format in 2023.With a brilliant home run at the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2023, the Indian cricket team dominated the proceedings.
Despite losing to Australia in the championship game, their 10-game winning streak stunned everyone.
India’s bowling was excellent, but their hitters made history for a variety of reasons.
The Indian batsmen were happy, from double-centurion Shubman Gill to Run Machine Virat Kohli.

Shubman Gill: 208 versus the Kiwis
In Hyderabad, Gill opened the year with an amazing double-century against New Zealand.
In the end, he knocked off 208 off 149 balls, hitting nine sixes and 19 fours.
Gill is the fifth batter from India to score two tons in an ODI. He became friends with Ishan Kishan, Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, and Rohit Sharma.
In addition, he became the youngest player to ever score two tons in an ODI.

166* for Virat Kohli versus SL
Earlier in the month, in the third and final One-Day International against Sri Lanka, Kohli hit a magnificent 110-ball 166*. It was his second series ton and 46th ODI ton.
With Kohli’s century, India smashed 390/5. In the end, India prevailed by 317 runs.
In ODI cricket, Kohli recorded his fifth score of 150 or more.
His fourth ODI hundred came while he was hitting for more than 150.

Rohit Sharma: WC 2023, 131 versus Afghanistan
Against Afghanistan in India’s second 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup match, Indian captain Rohit Sharma struck a scorching century in Delhi.
Rohit got off to a scorching start as he chased 273 and reached his century in 63 balls. He struck 131 off 84 balls.
Rohit eclipsed Tendulkar’s long-standing record of six hundreds with his seventh World Cup ton.
So far, the former has the most tons of WC.

117 against NZ, WC 2023, Virat Kohli
Kohli broke records at the World Cup when he hit his 50th century in one-day international cricket.
In the Mumbai Wankhede Stadium semi-final matchup with New Zealand, he crossed the three-figure threshold.
Kohli has now overtaken Tendulkar’s stunning fifty-nine centuries to take the record for most centuries in the format.
India defeated 397 by 70 runs thanks to a spectacular 117 from Kohli off 113 balls.

KL Rahul: 2023 World Cup, 102 versus Netherlands
In 2023 World Cup match against Netherlands, KL Rahul hit 102 off 64 balls.
His second World Cup century and his ninth in ODIs were both blasted.
Breaking Rohit’s record for the fastest ODI World Cup century by an Indian, Rahul reached his century in 62 balls.
At the 2023 World Cup, Rohit reached his century against Afghanistan in 63 balls.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *