These players scored 8 double centuries in ODIs
Friends, there are numerous batsmen who have established enormous precedents and their names have likewise recorded numerous huge records. In ODI cricket, it is difficult for any batsman to score a century.
You will be glad to realize that the players who have scored the most hundreds of years in ODI cricket are not from some other nation yet from India, who have scored 8 ODI twofold hundreds of years. Team India's aggregate of 6 batsmen together have scored 8 twofold hundreds of years in ODI cricket.
On the off chance that you talk about global ODI cricket, at that point the players of Indian team have scored a sum of 5 centuries. In any case, in the event that we talk about list A cricket, at that point this century turns into a sum of 8. Up until this point, 30 twofold hundreds of years have been scored in list of cricket, out of which 8 are the names of Indian players.
Team India's star opener batsman Rohit Sharma has scored three twofold centuries in ODI cricket. He scored his first century against Australia in Bengaluru. He scored 209 runs in this innings. While he scored his second twofold century against Sri Lanka at the Eden Gardens ground.
In this innings, Rohit had scored 264 runs. This is the most elevated individual score in ODIs made by any batsman up until this point. After this century, Rohit Sharma scored his third twofold century against Sri Lanka at Mohali ground. He scored 208 runs in this innings.
Previous Indian opener Sachin Tendulkar played an unbeaten 200-run against South Africa in Gwalior. Aside from these, Virender Sehwag scored 219 against the West Indies in Indore. Playing for India, Team India opener batsman Shikhar Dhawan scored 248 runs against South Africa in 2013.
Aside from this, Uttarakhand opener Karanvir Kaushal played a splendid innings of 202 runs in the Vijay Hazare Trophy against Sikkim. Kerala youthful batsman Sanju Samson has played a splendid innings of 212 runs against Goa.
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