Mithali Raj Retires: Full List Of Records

Mithali Raj Retires: Full List Of Records

Mithali Raj He unveiled his long 23-year journey in international cricket on Wednesday when he announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket. The legendary batsman has conquered many peaks in his long career. Here is a complete list of Mithali Raj records.

Most runs in women’s international cricket

Mithali Raj became the highest run scorer in women’s international cricket in July 2021. They left England behind. Charlotte Edwards (10,273 runs) Edwards and Raj are the only two women cricketers to cross the 10,000-run mark.

The highest run scorer in women’s ODIs

Matali scored 7805 runs in 232 matches, which is the highest in women’s ODIs. His career average of 50.68 makes him the only player in the top seven with an average of over 50.

In the women’s T20I, her 2364 runs are the highest for India.

Second young centurion

Mitali scored a century on her ODI debut in 1999 at the age of 16 years and 205 days, thus becoming the youngest century in the women’s international competition. The record was broken by Ireland’s Amy Hunter in 2021 on her 16th birthday.

Most matches (ODI)

Mithali Raj, long time partner Jhulan GoswamiIs just one of two players who have played more than 200 ODIs and topped the list with 232 matches.

Top score of more than 50

Mithali Raj has 71 fifty plus in ODIs and 17 fifty plus scores in T20. Her total score of over 88 is the highest by any player in women’s international cricket.

Double Centurion Test

Mithali Raj’s personal best is the second highest individual score in the 214 women’s test.

Most wins as captain

Mithali Raj has won 89 of 155 matches as captain – the most by any player in a women’s ODI.

Captained the most matches of the Cricket World Cup.

Promoted.

Mithali Raj holds the record for most captains in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup. He led India in 28 matches.

(With ICC input)

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