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| On May 30, 2022 10:12 AM IST

Most international runs in each format

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Most international runs in each format – There are some run machine who have played this beautiful game of cricket over the years.

Let’s take a look at the list of players with most runs in each format

Most runs in ODI

Players Matches Runs Average Strike rate
Sachin Tendulkar 463 18426 44 86
Kumar Sangakkara 404 14234 41 78
Ricky Ponting 375 13704 42 80
Sanath Jayasuriya 445 13430 32 91
Mahela Jayawardene 448 12650 33 78
Virat Kohli 260 12311 58 92
Inzamam-Ul-Haq 378 11739 39 74
Jacques Kallis 328 11579 44 72
Sourav Ganguly 311 11363 41 73
Rahul Dravid 344 10889 39 71

The little master Sachin Tendulkar is head and shoulders above his peers in the list. His record for most runs will not be achieved by anyone in the near future as well. The top 10 list is dominated by the Indians that has as many as 4 Indian batsmen in it.

Most Sixes in IPL

Most runs in Test

Players Matches Runs Average 100s
Sachin Tendulkar 200 15921 53 51
Ricky Ponting 168 13378 51 41
Jacques Kallis 166 13289 55 45
Rahul Dravid 164 13288 52 36
Alastair Cook 161 12472 45 33
Kumar Sangakkara 134 12400 57 38
Brian Lara 131 11953 52 34
Shivnarine Chanderpaul 164 11867 51 30
Mahela Jayawardene 149 11814 49 34
Alan Border 156 11174 50 27

It is that man from India again leading the list by a huge margin. No present player is even in the sight of the number of runs that Sachin Tendulkar has scored and this record will be in place for many more years to come.

IPL Team Owners

Most runs in T20I

Players Matches Runs Average Strike rate
Rohit Sharma 125 3313 32 139
Martin Guptill 112 3299 32 136
Virat Kohli 97 3296 51 137
Paul Stirling 102 2776 29 134
Aaron Finch 89 2741 34 144
Babar Azam 74 2686 45 129
David Warner 88 2554 32 140
Mohammad Hafeez 119 2514 26 122
Eoin Morgan 115 2458 28 136
Shoaib Malik 124 2435 31 125

The list is headed by the Indian all format captain in Rohit Sharma. It could have easily been Virat Kohli at the top of the list but due to lack of T20I games and also BCCI constantly resting Virat Kohli in T20Is in the recent past has gone against him. The kiwi opener Martin Guptill is in touching distance with respect to Rohit Sharma’s runs and there is a good chance for Rohit Sharma to widen the gap as India play a lot of T20Is leading upto the T20 world cup later this year.

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