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Top 10 Highest Individual score in ODI

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In Cricket No record is unbreakable but some players set it too high. So, for this list we are going on with our Top 10 Highest Individual score in ODI.

RankPlayerTeamRunsPlayed Against
1Rohit SharmaIndia264Sri Lanka
2Martin GuptillNew Zealand237*West Indies
3Virender SehwagIndia219West Indies
4Chris GayleWest Indies215Zimbabwe
5Fakhar ZamanPakistan210*Zimbabwe
6Rohit SharmaIndia209Australia
7Rohit SharmaIndia208* Sri Lanka
8Sachin TendulkarIndia200* South Africa
9Saeed AnwarPakistan194India
10Charles CoventryZimbabwe194* Bangladesh

Rohit Sharma the Highest Individual Score in ODI

No doubt about how skilled he is but in that match against Sri Lanka on 13 Nov 2014 he showed why he is called “the Hitman”.

In that match, Rohit Sharma scored 264 runs in 173 balls with 33 fours and 9 sixes and became the first batsman to reach 250 scores in ODI.

It also takes team India to one of the highest scores in ODI at 404 runs.

He is not just at Rank 1 but also at Rank 6 and Rank 7 of this list with 209 and 208* runs respectively. What a Showman!!!

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Martin Guptill Rank 2 Highest Individual Score in ODI

His unbeaten 237 is the second-highest score in ODIs by any batsman. As for first you already know. This massive performance took New Zealand to a huge total of 393/6 against the West Indies in the World Cup quarter-final.

In which he scored 237* runs in 163 balls with 24 fours and 11 sixes.

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