Top 5 batsmen with fastest to 10000 runs in ODI Cricket.

The most significant milestone for any batsman; showing how important of a role consistency plays in the game of cricket. Virat Kohli has literally broken all the records with the recent one being fastest to 10,000 ODI runs. Only 14 players have reached 10000 ODI runs. Here we can show you, top 5 Batsmen, with the fastest 10000 Runs in ODI.


1. Virat Kohli


Virat Kohli is the player to have the fastest 10000 Runs in ODIs, doing so in just 205 innings; 44 less than the master blaster. Kohli crossed the 10,000 run mark during his Man of the Match innings against West Indies in 2018, Visakhapatnam.


2. Sachin Tendulkar


Sachin Tendulkar was the first batsmen ever to have scored 10,000 ODI runs during his brilliant 139 against Australia in Indore, 2001. Tendulkar also holds the record as the highest run-scorer in ODIs with astounding 18426 runs at an average of 44.8.


3. Sourav Ganguly


Sourav Ganguly took 263 innings to achieve the feat and enters the list of players with the fastest 10000 Runs in ODI at number 3. The southpaw from West Bengal was a gamechanger of Indian cricket- both as a captain and a batsman.


4. Ricky Ponting


Ricky Ponting ranks fourth in the list of batsmen with the fastest 10,000 runs in ODI. The two time World Cup-winning captain brought his 10000th run in his 266th innings against South Africa in 2007 World Cup. A highpoint of Ponting’s style was the pure intent he had, right from the first delivery he faced. Ponting who made a debut in 1995 retired from international cricket in 2012 after bagging more than 13 thousand runs.


5. Jacques Kallis


Jacques Kallis ranks fifth in the list of players with the fastest 10000 Runs in ODI. The five feet eleven inches man was always for the team whenever required. He has scored 11,579 runs in ODI for South Africa. Kallis breached 10,000 runs against Australia in Sydney, 2009 while scoring 60 of 72 balls.

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