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Rohit Sharma becomes the first batsman to score two double hundreds in ODI cricket

India’s star batsman Rohit Sharma has smashed another double hundred in One Day International (ODI) cricket and he has become the first ever batsman to score two double hundreds in ODI cricket. In the ODI between India and Sri Lanka, Rohit, who was making a comeback after a finger injury, smashed the Lankan bowler all around the park and scored a scintillating double-hundred. Rohit, who was dropped on just 4 runs by Thisara Perera, mad full use of the opportunity and played with a lot of fluency. Rohit gave a great display of attacking ODI batting and toiled around with the Lankan attack.

Here’s the list of highest individual scores in ODIs:

 ROHIT SHARMA 264 runs off 173 balls. 33 fours and 9 sixes

Highest individual scores by a batsman in one day matches (ODI).
Batsman (Country) Score Balls 4s 6s Versus Date
Virender Sehwag (India) 219 149 25 7 West Indies 8 Dec 2011
Rohit Sharma (India) 209 158 12 16 Australia 2 Nov 2013
Sachin Tendulkar (India) 200* 147 25 3 South Africa 24 Feb 2010
Saeed Anwar (Pakistan) 194 146 22 5 India 21 May 1997
Charls Coventry (Zimbabwe) 194* 156 16 7 Bangladesh 16 Aug 2009
Martin Guptill (New Zealand) 189* 155 19 2 England 2 Jun 2013
Vivian Richards (West Indies) 189* 170 21 5 England 31 May 1984
Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka) 189 170 21 5 India 29 Oct 2000
Gary Kirsten (South Africa) 188* 159 23 4 UAE 16 Feb 1996
Sachin Tendulkar (India) 186* 150 20 3 New Zealand 8 Nov 1999
Shane Watson (Australia) 185* 96 15 15 Bangladesh 11 Apr 2011
MS Dhoni (India) 183* 145 15 10 Sri Lanka 31 Oct 2005
Virat Kohli (India) 183 148 22 1 Pakistan 18 Mar 2012
Sourav Ganguly (India) 183 158 17 7 Sri Lanka 26 May 1999
Vivian Richards (West Indies) 181 125 16 7 Sri Lanka 13 Oct 1987
Mathew Hayden (Australia) 181* 166 11 10 New Zealand 20 Feb 2007
Hamilton Masakadza (Zimbabwe) 178* 167 17 4 Kenya 18 Oct 2009
Paul Stirling (Ireland) 177 134 21 5 Canada 7 Sep 2010
Kapil Dev (India) 175* 138 16 6 Zimbabwe 18 Jun 1983
Herschelle Gibbs (South Africa) 175 111 21 7 Australia 12 Mar 2006
Sachin Tendulkar (India) 175 141 19 4 Australia 5 Nov 2009
Virendra Sehwag (India) 175 140 14 5 Bangladesh 19 Feb 2011
Calum MacLeod (Scotland) 175 141 14 5 Canada 23 Jan 2014
Upul Tharanga (Sri Lanka) 174* 159 19 3 India 2 Jul 2013
Mark Waugh (Australia) 173 148 16 3 West Indies 9 Feb 2001
Craig Wishart (Zimbabwe) 172* 151 18 3 Namibia 10 Feb 2003
Adam Gilchrist (Australia) 172 126 13 3 Zimbabwe 16 Jan 2004
Lou Vincent (New Zealand) 172 120 16 9 Zimbabwe 24 Aug 2005
Glenn Turner (New Zeland) 171* 201 16 2 East Africa 7 Jun 1975
Dave Callaghan (South Africa) 169* 143 19 4 New Zealand 11 Dec 1994
Denesh Ramdin (West Indies) 169 121 8 11 Bangladesh 25 Aug 2014
Brian Lara (West Indies) 169 129 15 4 Sri Lanka 16 Oct 1995
Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) 169 137 18 6 South Africa 20 Jul 2013
Robin Smith (England) 167* 163 17 3 Australia 21 May 1993
Brendon McCullum (New Zealand) 166 135 12 10 Ireland 1 Jul 2008
Ricky Ponting (Australia) 164 105 13 9 South Africa 12 Mar 2006
Sachin Tendulkar (India) 163* 133 16 5 New Zealand 8 Mar 2009
David Warner (Australia) 163 157 13 2 Sri Lanka 4 Mar 2012
Shane Watson (Australia) 161* 150 12 4 England 16 Jan 2011
Andrew Hudson (South Africa) 161 132 13 4 Netherlands 5 Mar 1996
James Marshall (New Zealand) 161 141 11 4 Ireland 1 Jul 2008
Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka) 160* 165 11 3 India 28 Feb 2012
Imran Nazir (Pakistan) 160 121 14 8 Zimbabwe 21 Mar 2007
Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka) 160 124 20 3 India 15 Dec 2009
Dinesh Mongia (India) 159 147 17 1 Zimbabwe 19 Mar 2002

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