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3 more runs at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium… Rohit Sharma will break the big record of former Indian captain

New Delhi. The proposed three-match ODI series between India and Bangladesh is starting from December 4. Regular captain Rohit Sharma, who is resting on the New Zealand tour, will take charge of the Indian team on the Bangladesh tour. During the match, everyone’s eyes will be fixed on him. If three runs come out of his bat in the first ODI, then he will leave behind former captain Mohammad Azharuddin in terms of scoring the most runs in ODIs.

Mohammad Azharuddin has scored 9378 runs in ODIs:

Former Indian team captain Mohammad Azharuddin has played 334 matches in ODIs for the country. During this, 9378 runs have come out of his bat in 308 innings at an average of 36.92. Azharuddin has seven centuries and 58 fifties in his name in the ODI format. The former Indian captain had a strike rate of 74.02 in ODIs.

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Rohit Sharma’s ODI Career:

At the same time, talk about the current captain of the Indian team, Rohit Sharma, till the time of writing the news for the country, he has scored 9376 runs in 226 innings at an average of 48.58, playing 233 matches. If three runs come out of Sharma’s first ODI with the bat, then he will become the sixth batsman to score the most runs for the country in ODIs, leaving behind Azharuddin. He is currently placed at the seventh position.

Sachin Tendulkar has scored the most runs in ODIs for the country:

Talk about the batsman who has scored the most runs in ODIs for the country, then this special achievement is recorded in the name of former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin played 463 matches for the Indian team between 1989 and 2012, scoring 18426 runs in 452 innings at an average of 44.83. During this, 49 centuries and 96 fifties have come out of his bat. Sachin’s strike rate in ODIs was 86.23.

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