List of Top 6 Players with Most Number of 150 Runs in ODIs

Most Number of 150 in ODIs

Most Number of 150 in ODIs

Making a century in itself is a major achievement for a batsman. Be that as it may, the contrast between a batsman and an awesome batsman is that he proceeds to make whatever number keeps running as could be expected under the circumstances. Here is the rundown of Players with Most 150 plus Scores in ODIs:

Hashim Amla – 4 

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Hashim Amla is the most trustworthy opener for South Africa. He has been a predictable entertainer and doesn’t fall effectively. Hashim Amla has hit 150 or more thumps four times in his career. The exquisite stroke creator charges on the bowlers early and rules them convincingly. These thumps came against England, Ireland and West Indies individually. The latest one came playing against Ireland at Canberra in the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup. Whenever consolidated together, all his 150 or more score record to 462 keeps running at a normal of 231 runs for every match. Most astounding thump out of the three being 159 that came against Ireland.

In the second match of South Africa’s tour of England on a tough pitch, while batting first, Hashim Amla showed his class. He scored 150 from just 124 balls. His knock included 16 fours. Graeme Smith was the only other batsmen who scored more than 50 in that match.

In the second ODI during the West Indies tour of South Africa, Amla started the innings and carried his scoring through the 50 overs, scoring 153 from 142 balls which included 14 boundaries.  In the group stage match against Ireland in 2015 World Cup, he scored yet another 150+ score. The innings of 159 runs from just 128 balls included 16 fours and 4 sixes.

In the fifth ODI of Sri Lanka’s tour of South Africa in 2017, the opening pair of Hashim Amla and Quinton De Kock provided an excellent start. Both scored hundreds, and Hashim Amla went on to score his fourth 150+ score in ODIs. He scored 154 from 134 balls which included 15 fours and 5 sixes.



Sanath Jayasuriya – 4

Sanath Jayasuriya

The ‘Matara Mauler’ Sanath Jayasuriya scored 4 scores of 150 and more in his long ODI profession. His ongoing interaction was ideal for the ODIs and in 1996 World glass, at that point chief Arjuna Ranatunga requesting that he open the innings and as is commonly said, rest is history. Jayasuriya had the permit to pursue the rocking the bowling alley from ball one and he only here and there bombed in doing his activity. His most noteworthy score was 189 versus India in last of 2000-01 Coca Cola trophy in Sharjah.

Jayasuriya scored more than 13000 runs in ODIs and also scored 28 centuries. Out of those 28 centuries, 4 times he went on to score more than 150.

Chris Gayle – 5

Chris Gayle 

The assaulting batsman from Jamaican Island has scored different huge scores in cricket around the organizations. His 333 in Test and 175 in IPL are his ideas. The most up to date contestant in the ODI twofold century club, Chris Gayle has 5 scores of at least 150 in his name. Gayle is an intense hitter with an overwhelming bat and a style that suits the constrained over style. His most astounding score was made as of late against Zimbabwe in 2015 World container, when he scored 215, the principal double hundred in only 138 balls, the quickest twofold century ever. He has likewise scored 5 150+ Scores in ODI including a Double Century innings of 215. The main West Indian Player to score a 200 in ODIs.

In the first match of the West Indies tour of Kenya in 2001, Gayle opened the batting and scored 152 off 150 balls. His knock included 17 fours and just one six!

In the first match of the West Indies tour of Zimambwe in 2003, Gayle played yet another anchor innings. Having batted throughout the fifty overs, the southpaw scored 153 from 160 balls which included 19 fours and 2 sixes. Brian Lara scored 113 from just 82 balls and West Indies posted 347/6. In a group stage match against Zimbabwe in World Cup 2015 against Zimbabwe, West Indies lost Devon Smith for a duck and in walked Marlon Samuels. Chris Gayle, along with Samuels, stitched together the best partnership in ODI history.

They shared a partnership of 372 runs. Samuels scored 133 from 156 balls. Chris Gayle played the best ODI knock of his career. He scored 215 from 147 balls which included just 10 fours but 16 massive sixes. He became the first non-Indian batsmen to score a double hundred. He reached 200 from just 138 balls which is the fastest 200 in ODIs.

Sachin Tendulkar– 5

Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar, who holds most of the batting record, has scored more than 18000 runs in ODIs and has 49 centuries to his name. He was one of the best batsmen of his generation. Out of those 49 centuries, five times he went past the score of 150.

2003 World Cup remains in the memory of every Indian cricket fan. Tendulkar was at his very best throughout the tournament. In a game against Namibia, Sachin and Ganguly shared a 246 run partnership. Sachin played an innings of 152 off 151 balls. His knock included 18 boundaries. This was Sachin’s second 150+ score in ODIs.

In the third ODI of India’s tour of New Zeland in 2009, India, while batting first, posted a huge total of 392 on the back of a brilliant century from the Little Master. Sachin scored 163 from 133 balls and had to retire hurt. He had an excellent opportunity to score a double hundred that day. His knock included 16 fours and 5 sixes.

Tendulkar scored 175 from just 141 balls and was at his very best that day. His knock included 19 fours and 4 sixes. He got out when India needed just 19 runs from 3 overs. If he would have got some support from others, it would have been one of the best knocks in a successful run chase.

David Warner- 6

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Pocket-sized dynamite from Australia, David Warner is one of the most destructive openers of the current generation. He has scored close to 4500 runs in ODIs and has scored 14 hundred in ODIs. He has a knack of scoring big hundreds. Out of those 14 hundred, five have been in excess of 150 runs. In 2002, against Srilanka, Warner scored 163 from 157 balls which included 13 fours and 2 sixes. In a group stage match against Afghanistan in 2015 World Cup, David Warner went all guns blazing. He scored 178 from just 133 balls. 

In the fifth ODI of the Australia tour of South Africa in 2016, while batting first, South Africa posted 327 runs on the board. Warner played a great knock but he didn’t get much support from the other batsmen. He got run out on a score of 173 from 136 balls which included 24 fours. Australia fell short by 31 runs in the end. Still, he was awarded the Man of the Match award for his brilliant knock.

In the 3rd ODI of the New Zeland tour of Australia in 2016, at Melbourne on a difficult pitch, Australia decided to bat first. Warner yet again played an anchor inning and got out on the last ball of the innings. He scored 163 from just 128 balls which included 13 fours and 4 sixes. It looked like Warner was batting on a different pitch as no other batsman from either team scored a fifty. It was one of his best knocks in ODIs.

Rohit Sharma – 8

Rohit Sharma

Last but not least comes the Player who has this propensity for scoring enormous hundreds at whatever point he is in the stream. Rohit Sharma, the ODI beast has three twofold centuries in ODI by this day. The ‘Hit Man’ Rohit Sharma, every now and then, has demonstrated that he is a player who likes to score gigantic scores routinely. His first huge thump was itself an extremely extraordinary thump.

He killed the Australian attack, rocking the bowling alley assault to hit a record-breaking 209 at Bangalore. His second 150+ score was, considerably more, uncommon as he broke an already set record and looted 264 batting against Sri Lanka. The cricketing scene was in dismay about this impossible world record. The latest and his fourth 150+ innings came against Australia at the WACA. He remained unbeaten at 171 and helped India move beyond 300 in the primary innings. He recently scored 152 runs against West Indies and became the first batsman to score the most number of 150 runs in ODIs.

By and large, Rohit has hit 150 or more scores 8 times in his profession. His three thumps incorporate 71 limits and 38 hits over the fence. In the event that the runs are joined, it entire ties up to 1,154 keep running at an amazing normal of 192.33 runs for each match and a strike rate of 127.69. Rohit Sharma has scored the Highest Score in ODI of 264, which is the best score by any batsman in ODI.

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