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ODI World Cup 2023: Record-Breaking Feats IND vs AFG
- Updated: October 12, 2023
ODI World Cup 2023: Record-Breaking Feats in IND vs AFG Clash”
In the thrilling ODI World Cup 2023 match between India and Afghanistan, numerous records tumbled. Indian captain Rohit Sharma’s blistering century and Virat Kohli’s remarkable performance at his home ground created historic moments.
- Most Centuries in ODI World Cups:
Rohit Sharma surpassed Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar with his seventh century in ODI World Cups, breaking Tendulkar’s record of six centuries.
- Fastest to 1,000 ODI World Cup Runs:
Rohit Sharma achieved 1,000 ODI World Cup runs in just 19 innings, jointly sharing the record for the fastest to reach this milestone with Australia’s David Warner.
- Most Sixes in International Cricket:
During his innings, Rohit Sharma hit five sixes, overtaking West Indies’ Chris Gayle to become the player with the most sixes in international cricket, totaling 556 sixes.
- Fastest Century for India in World Cups:
Rohit Sharma’s ton against Afghanistan was the fastest century for India in ODI World Cups, surpassing Kapil Dev’s record from 1983.
- Kohli’s Record Runs:
Virat Kohli’s impressive performance added to the record-breaking night as he now has the most runs in World Cups (T20 and ODI) with 2,279 runs, surpassing Sachin Tendulkar’s tally of 2,278 runs.
The ODI World Cup 2023 match between India and Afghanistan unfolded as a historic spectacle, witnessing several extraordinary feats that etched themselves into the annals of cricket history. Notably, Indian captain Rohit Sharma spearheaded this record-breaking night, achieving an astonishing seventh century in ODI World Cups, thus surpassing the legendary Sachin Tendulkar’s previous record of six centuries.
In an even more remarkable turn of events, Rohit Sharma reached the coveted milestone of 1,000 runs in ODI World Cups at an astounding pace, requiring just 19 innings to achieve this milestone, sharing this record with Australia’s David Warner. Furthermore, Rohit’s innings also saw him surge past West Indies’ Chris Gayle in the tally of international cricket’s most sixes. His tally of 556 sixes across all formats places him ahead of Gayle, making him the record holder.
To add to this historical night, Rohit Sharma also achieved the fastest century for India in ODI World Cups, eclipsing Kapil Dev’s 1983 record. Meanwhile, Virat Kohli’s contribution saw him claim the title of having the most runs in World Cups, combining both ODI and T20I tournaments, surpassing Sachin Tendulkar’s previous record. This electrifying clash between India and Afghanistan indeed marked an unforgettable moment in cricket history.
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By- Sahiba Suri