India’s star hitter Smriti Mandhana on Wednesday crossed the 3000 runs achievement in One Day International format, turning into the third Indian player to accomplish the milestone in ladies’ ODIs.
Mandhana arrived at the accomplishment in her 76th ODI innings, outperforming India legend Mithali Raj who crossed the imprint in 88 innings. Mandhana accomplished this accomplishment during the second ODI match of the three-match series against England in Canterbury. Smriti Mandhana finished 3,000 runs in ODI cricket at a normal of 43+ and very nearly 85 strike rates.
Mandhana turned into the speediest Indian ladies’ player and the third quickest Indian after Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli to the milestone. While Dhawan reached 3000 ODI runs in 72 innings, Kohli did as such in 75 innings. Mandhana took one innings more than Kohli, accomplishing the achievement in her 76th innings.
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The left-given opener, who made her ODI debut in 2013, has five centuries and 24 half-hundreds of years in the organization, and is the third India ladies’ player after Mithali Raj and Harmanpreet Kaur to the 3000-run mark in the configuration.
22 ladies’ players have north of 3000 ODI runs, yet simply two have reached to the milestone quicker than Mandhana – – Belinda Clark (62 innings) and Meg Lanning (64 innings).
The continuous series between India and Britain is the second series in the ICC Ladies’ Title cycle for India. The competition concludes capability for the ICC Ladies’ Cricket World Cup in 2025.
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