List of players who have scored 10,000 or more runs in One Day International cricket

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Scoring over 10,000 runs across a playing career in any format of cricket is considered a significant achievement.[1][2][3] In 1994, West Indies' Desmond Haynes retired as the most prolific run-scorer in One Day Internationals (ODIs), with a total of 8,648 runs. The record stood for four years until it was broken by India's Mohammed Azharuddin.[4] Azharuddin remained the top-scorer in the format until his compatriot Sachin Tendulkar passed him in October 2000.[5] The following year, Tendulkar became the first player to score 10,000 runs in ODIs, while playing a match during the bi-lateral series against Australia at home.[6] As of September 2015, eleven players—from six teams that are Full members of the International Cricket Council—have scored more than 10,000 runs in ODIs. Four of these are from Sri Lanka and three from India. The rest are one player each from Pakistan, Australia, West Indies, and South Africa.[7] Bangladesh, England, New Zealand, and Zimbabwe are yet to have a player reach the 10,000-run mark in this format.

Tendulkar took the fewest innings (259) while Sri Lanka's Mahela Jayawardene took the most innings to achieve the feat (333). Tendulkar holds multiple records—the most appearances, the best average, and the highest number of both centuries and half-centuries. Rahul Dravid—the third Indian to reach the milestone after Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly—is the fastest in terms of time span, taking 10 years and 317 days.[lower-alpha 1][10] Brian Lara's time span of 16 years and 17 days is the slowest.[11] As of September 2015, Tendulkar leads the list with 18,426 runs, followed by Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara, who has scored 14,234.[12] Sangakkara's compatriot Tillakaratne Dilshan, the player to have achieved this feat most recently,[lower-alpha 2][14] is the only active player in this format of the game as of September 2015.[7]

Key

  • First – denotes the year of debut
  • Last – denotes the year of the latest match
  • Mat. – denotes the total number of matches played
  • Inn. – denotes the total number of innings batted
  • Date – denotes the date in which of the player crossed the 10,000 run mark
  • Span – denotes the time span between the player's debut and the date in which the player crossed the 10,000 run mark
  • 10KI – denotes the number of innings the player took to reach 10,000 runs
  • dagger – denotes that the player is active in ODIs

10,000 or more runs in One Day Internationals

10,000 runs in ODIs[11]
No. Player Team First Last Mat. Inn. Runs Avg. S/R 100s 50s Date[11] Span[11] 10KI[11]
1 Tendulkar, SachinSachin Tendulkar[15]
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 India 1989 2012 463 452 18,426 44.83 86.23 49 96 31 March 2001 11 years, 103 days 259
2 Sangakkara, KumarKumar Sangakkara[lower-alpha 3][16]
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 Sri Lanka 2000 2015 404 380 14,234 41.98 78.88 25 93 17 February 2012 11 years, 227 days 296
3 Ponting, RickyRicky Ponting[lower-alpha 4][17]
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 Australia 1995 2012 375 365 13,704 42.03 80.39 30 82 24 March 2007 12 years, 37 days 266
4 Jayasuriya, SanathSanath Jayasuriya[lower-alpha 5][18]
Sanath Jayasuriya
 Sri Lanka 1989 2011 445 433 13,430 32.36 91.20 28 68 9 August 2005 15 years, 226 days 328
5 Jayawardene, MahelaMahela Jayawardene[lower-alpha 6][19]
Mahela Jayawardene
 Sri Lanka 1998 2015 448 418 12,650 33.01 78.67 19 77 18 November 2011 13 years, 289 days 333
6 ul-Haq, InzamamInzamam ul-Haq[20]
Inzamam-ul-Haq
 Pakistan 1991 2007 378 350 11,739 39.52 74.24 10 83 19 September 2004 12 years, 302 days 299
7 Kallis, JacquesJacques Kallis[lower-alpha 7][21]
Jacques Kallis
 South Africa 1996 2014 328 314 11,579 44.36 72.89 17 86 23 January 2009 13 years, 14 days 272
8 Ganguly, SouravSourav Ganguly[lower-alpha 8][22]
Sourav Ganguly
 India 1992 2007 311 300 11,363 41.02 73.70 22 72 3 August 2005 13 years, 204 days[lower-alpha 1] 263
9 Dravid, RahulRahul Dravid[lower-alpha 9][23]
Rahul Dravid
 India 1996 2011 344 318 10,889 39.16 71.24 12 83 14 February 2007 10 years, 317 days 287
10 Lara, BrianBrian Lara[lower-alpha 10][24]
Brian Lara
 West Indies 1990 2007 299 289 10,405 40.48 79.51 19 63 16 December 2006 16 years, 37 days 278
11 Dilshan, TillakaratneTillakaratne Dilshan[25] dagger
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 Sri Lanka 1999 2016 327 300 10,216 39.44 86.35 22 47 26 July 2015 15 years, 227 days 293

See also

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 After making his ODI debut in January 1992, Ganguly was dropped and returned to the side in May 1996.[8][9]
  2. At age 38, Dilshan was the oldest player to achieve the feat.[13]
  3. Sangakkara's aggregate includes matches played for Asia XI and ICC World XI.
  4. Ponting's aggregate includes matches played for ICC World XI.
  5. Jayasuriya's aggregate includes matches played for Asia XI.
  6. Jayawardene's aggregate includes matches played for Asia XI.
  7. Kallis' aggregate includes matches played for Africa XI and ICC World XI.
  8. Ganguly's aggregate includes matches played for Asia XI.
  9. Dravid also played for Asia XI and ICC World XI.
  10. Lara's aggregate includes matches played for ICC World XI.

References

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