Smriti Mandhana Breaks Big ODI Record Of Mithali Raj, Placed 3rd In Global List

Smriti Mandhana finished 3000 ODI runs all through second ODI towards England

Indian ladies’s cricket group’s batting talisman Smriti Mandhana has any other feather in her cap. The fashionable left-handed opening batter become the 3rd Indian girl to achieve the landmark of 3000 runs in ODI cricket whilst batting in the second one ODI towards England on Wednesday.

Mandhana, who had scored a match-winning 91 within the first sport of the collection, emulated the likes of Mithali Raj and present India captain Harmanpreet Kaur.

She reached the landmark in her 76th innings and thus become the quickest Indian to the mark, beating Mithali’s document of 88 innings by means of a just right margin.

Mandhana is now positioned 3rd within the general record, at the back of two Australian stalwarts Belinda Clark (62) and Meg Lanning (64).

Mandhana has been India’s maximum prolific batter throughout all codecs for the previous few years, eclipsing greats like Mithali and Harmanpreet.


Her opening partnership with the younger Shafali Verma has steadily propelled India to special ratings.

Mandhana used to be an integral a part of the group that completed runner-up within the 2017 ICC Girls’s Global Cup, 2020 ICC Girls’s T20 Global Cup and gained the silver medal within the 2022 Commonwealth Video games in Birmingham.

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