In the history of ODI cricket, we will talk about the top 3 not-out players while chasing runs. In the history of ODI cricket, every team needs a player who has the ability to come to the end and finish the match.
Because chasing the target, it is never easy to reach the team there and then finish it and come back. But we have seen many such players in the whole world of cricket who have been seen doing this work many times with great ease.
The team which has such excellent players, their match-winning percentage has already increased, chasing the target has now become the first choice of every team.
Michael Bevan, a former player for the Australian team, has done this work for his team for a long time. In such a situation, in this article, we will tell about the top-3 players who have been not out for the most number of times while chasing the target in the history of ODI cricket.
Top 3 players with the most number of not outs, chasing runs in ODI cricket history –
1-Mahendra Singh Dhoni
The name of former Indian cricket team captain and wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni comes at number one in this list. Let us tell you that this former India captain has played the role of the best finisher for India for a long time.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has won his team many times by finishing the match on his own. Mahendra Singh Dhoni batted in 297 innings, playing a total of 350 matches in his ODI career.
In which he has returned to the pavilion after being not out 47 times while chasing the target.
The name of Jonty Rhodes, a former batsman and best fielder of the South Africa cricket team, comes at number two in this list.
Playing 245 ODI matches for the South Africa cricket team, he has scored a total of 5935 runs in 220 innings. At the same time, chasing the target, he returned to the pavilion after being not out in a total of 32 innings.
In this list, the name of former captain of Pakistan cricket team and veteran batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq comes at number three.
This Pakistani batsman played the role of finisher for Pakistan by batting in the middle order for a long time. Inzamam-ul-Haq has batted in 350 innings of 378 matches in his ODI career. During this, he returned to the not-out pavilion chasing the target in a total of 32 matches.