List of One Day International cricket double centuries

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India's Rohit Sharma is the only player in ODI history to have scored 200 or more runs in a single innings on more than one occasion.

A double century (200 runs or more) in One Day Internationals (ODIs) has been scored on 6 occasions by 5 different batsmen from three of the ten Test-cricket playing nations.[1] No player from Australia, Bangladesh, England, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka or Zimbabwe has scored 200.[1]

The first ODI double century was achieved by Sachin Tendulkar for India against South Africa in 2010 during the second ODI of the bilateral series in Gwalior. The frequency of a batsman scoring an ODI double century is slightly less than that of a bowler taking a Test hat-trick (6 double centuries versus 39 hat-tricks as of August 2015).[2] The most double centuries by players from one country is four by India. Two double centuries have been scored in World Cup matches, both in the 2015 tournament.

Key

  • * denotes that the batsman remained not out.
  • Runs denotes the number of runs scored by the batsman.
  • S/R denotes the strike rate of the batsman (runs scored per 100 balls)
  • Innings denotes which of the team's batting innings the double century was scored in.
  • Date denotes the date the match started on.
  •  dagger  denotes that the total is/was the highest One Day International match score at the time.
  •      denotes the match was part of the ICC Cricket World Cup.

List of One Day International cricket double centuries

List of One Day International cricket double centuries[1]
No. Runs Batsman S/R Innings For Against ODI Venue Date
1 200* dagger Tendulkar, SachinSachin Tendulkar[1] 136.05 1  India  South Africa 2962 Captain Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior, India 24 February 2010
2 219 dagger Sehwag, VirenderVirender Sehwag[2] 146.98 1  India  West Indies 3223 Holkar Stadium, Indore, India 8 December 2011
3 209 Sharma, RohitRohit Sharma[3] 132.28 1  India  Australia 3428 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India 2 November 2013
4 264 dagger Sharma, RohitRohit Sharma[4] 152.60 1  India  Sri Lanka 3544 Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India 14 November 2014
5 215 Gayle, ChrisChris Gayle[5] 146.30 1  West Indies  Zimbabwe 3612 Manuka Oval, Canberra, Australia 24 February 2015
6 237* Guptill, MartinMartin Guptill[6] 145.40 1  New Zealand  West Indies 3643 Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand 22 March 2015

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Notes

  1. ^ Batting first, Tendulkar shared stands of 196 for the second wicket with Dinesh Karthik (79), 81 for the third wicket with Yusuf Pathan (36), and 101 for the fourth wicket with Mahendra Singh Dhoni (68*) on the way to an India total of 401 for 3. India won by 153 runs, despite AB de Villiers of South Africa scoring 114* in the second innings. Tendulkar became the first batsman to score a double hundred in One Day Internationals, achieving the landmark in 147 balls. It was also the first double century by an Indian in One Day Internationals.[3]
  2. ^ Batting first, Sehwag shared stands of 176 for the first wicket with Gautam Gambhir (67), and 140 for the second wicket with Suresh Raina (55) on the way to an India total of 418 for 5. India won by 153 runs, despite Denesh Ramdin of the West Indies scoring 96 in the second innings. The total of 418 is the highest by India batting first till date and Sehwag's 219 is the first One Day International double century reached with a four.[4]
  3. ^ Batting first, Sharma shared stands of 112 for the first wicket with Shikhar Dhawan (60), 72 for the second wicket with Suresh Raina (28), and 167 for the second wicket with Mahendra Singh Dhoni (62) on the way to an India total of 383 for 6. India won by 57 runs, despite James Faulkner of Australia putting up some resistance with 116 in the second innings. This is the only One Day International double century reached with a six.[5]
  4. ^ Batting first, Sharma shared stands of 202 for the third wicket with Virat Kohli (66), and 128 with Robin Uthappa (16*) on the way to an India total of 404 for 5. India won by 153 runs. as Sri Lanka were bowled out for 251. With this match, Sharma became the only batsman till date to score a double century in One Day Internationals on more than one occasion. This is the second One Day International double century reached with a four.[6]
  5. ^ Batting first, Gayle shared a stand of 372 for the second wicket with Marlon Samuels (133*) also making a century on the way to a West Indies total of 372 for 2. The match was delayed by rain leading to Zimbabwe's target being adjusted as per the Duckworth–Lewis method to 363 of 48 overs. In reply, Zimbabwe were dismissed for 289 as West Indies won by 73 runs. Gayle became the first non-Indian to score a double century in One Day Internationals and the first batsman to score a double hundred in the Cricket World Cup. The partnership of 372 between Gayle and Samuels is the highest for any wicket in One Day Internationals. This is the third One Day International double century reached with a four.[7]
  6. ^ Batting first, Guptill shared stands of 62 for the second wicket with Kane Williamson (33), 143 for the third wicket with Ross Taylor (42), and 55 for the fourth wicket with Grant Elliott (27) on the way to a New Zealand total of 393 for 6. New Zealand won by 143 runs meeting with little resistance from the West Indies. Guptill's 237" was the first double century scored in the knockout stage of the Cricket World Cup. This is the fourth One Day International double century reached with a four.[8]

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Records / One-Day Internationals / Batting records / Most runs in an innings". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 17 August 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  2. "Records / One-Day Internationals / Bowling records / Hat-tricks". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 19 August 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  3. "South Africa tour of India, 2nd ODI: India v South Africa at Gwalior, Feb 24, 2010". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 22 August 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  4. "West Indies tour of India, 4th ODI: India v West Indies at Indore, Dec 8, 2011". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 22 August 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  5. "Australia tour of India, 7th ODI: India v Australia at Bangalore, Nov 2, 2013". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 22 August 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  6. "Sri Lanka tour of India, 4th ODI: India v Sri Lanka at Kolkata, Nov 13, 2014". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 22 August 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  7. "ICC Cricket World Cup, 15th Match, Pool B: West Indies v Zimbabwe at Canberra, Feb 24, 2015". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 22 August 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  8. "ICC Cricket World Cup, 4th Quarter-Final: New Zealand v West Indies at Wellington, Mar 21, 2015". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 22 August 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>

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