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Tendulkar’s ODI world records

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Last Updated: Mon, Dec 24, 2012 09:57 hrs
Sachin Tendulkar

As Sachin Tendulkar says goodbye to ODIs, here is complete list of his fabulous world records in this form of cricket:

• All figures in the following statement are world records: In 463 matches and 452 innings, he has amassed 18426 runs while facing 21367  deliveries and scoring 49 centuries and 96 fifties.

• He remains the first player to score double century in an innings when he reached that coveted mark of 200 not out against South Africa at Gwalior in February 2010.

• He has the distinction of scoring 673 runs with the help of a single century and six fifties during the 2003 World Cup in Africa. It remains the highest aggregate by any player in a World Cup competition.

• During 1998, he amassed 1894 runs in the one-day internationals with the help of 9 centuries and 7 fifties at an average of 65.31 and strike rate of 102.15. It contained two world records for the most runs and most centuries in a calendar year.

• He has been either dismissed or remained unbeaten in the nineties on as many as 18 occasions in a one-day innings. It remains the world record.

• He has scored 145 fifty-plus scores in the ODIs which consist of 49 hundreds and 96 fifties which is again a world record.

• He has the distinction of scoring 2016 fours in 463 matches in a one-day career which remains the world record.

• His tally of nine ODI centuries against Australia is the highest for any player against a single team. He occupies second place too, for his eight hundreds against Sri Lanka.

• He enjoys a world record aggregate of scoring 15310 runs with the aid of 45 hundreds and 75 fifties in 340 innings at his favourite batting position as an opener in the limited over cricket.

• He has the distinction of crossing thousand runs mark in a calendar year on as many as seven occasions in the ODIs which is the most by any player. He accomplished the feat in 1994, 1996-98, 2000, 2003 & 2007.

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