𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 –It is considered a great achievement for every batsman to score a century in the history of ODI cricket match.
There was a time when fans had to wait a long time to see a century in ODI cricket. But now this time has passed and now more and more fans see centuries.
And today, in this article, we will tell about the top-4 batsmen of world cricket who have scored the most centuries in one year in the history of ODI cricket.
In this list, the name of the current vice-captain of the Indian cricket team and opener batsman Rohit Sharma comes on the first number.
Rohit Sharma as an opener is the highest batsman to score 10 centuries in a calendar year.
Rohit Sharma scored 5 centuries in the 2019 World Cup, which was a world record.
One such record has been registered in Rohit Sharma’s name. He broke the record of Sachin Tendulkar explosive batsmen Virender Sehwag and David Warner as openers.
In this list, the name of former Indian cricket team great and bastard batsman Sachin Tendulkar comes at number two.
In the history of ODI cricket, his name also comes in the record of making the record of scoring the most centuries as an opener batsman in a year.
This former Indian cricket batsman Sachin Tendulkar has scored a record 1894 runs in his 34 matches.
Sachin achieved this record in the year 1998 as well as a record 9 centuries. So far, this record has been broken only by Rohit Sharma.
In this list, the name of Australian opener batsman David Warner comes at number three.
The Australian batsman has also scored 9 centuries in a year as an opener in a one-day cricket career.
In 2016, David Warner had scored 1388 runs in 23 matches with a stunning average of 63.09 and a strike rate of 105.47.
At the same time, this young batsman had scored 9 centuries and also scored 4 fifties.
In this list, former South African batsman Graeme Smith’s name comes at number four. He has played many matches for the South Africa team.
That is why his name also comes in this list as an opener batsman. Graeme Smith has made a record as an opener to score a total of 9 Saktas in a year.