Mithali Raj Reached 10 Tons International Runs

Mithali Raj

Mithali Raj, one of the Iconic face of Indian women cricket team as well as the captain of Indian women team, on Friday became the first Indian cricketer and second in the list of 10000 runs after the England’s Charlotte Edwards who scored 10273 in 309 matches including 67 half-centuries and 13 hundreds.

Mithali Raj one of the most experienced player in her team who knows how to lead the team for victory, playing her 212th ODI for India, achieved this landmark during the third match of the bilateral series against South Africa, with a boundary off medium pacer Anne Bosch before getting out the next ball.

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BCCI women has also congratulated her on her success by put a tweet on social media platform twitter, check it below:

Mithali has scored 663 runs from 10 Tests with the highest of 214 at an average of 51. In T20I, Mithali has an average of 37.52 in a score of 2364 runs from 89 matches. ODI cricket, which Mithali loves to play and she is at her best, having scored 6974 runs from 212 matches, including seven centuries and 54 fifties.

Mithali, who has 75 half-centuries and eight hundred, is likely to overtake Edwards in the near future. On Tuesday Indian ODI skipper scored 36 runs before being dismissed by Anne Bosch, in the same match Smriti Mandhana records a blistering half-centuries and named herself as player of the match ensured her team to led victory over South Africa women team.

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Despite of batting one thing is also happened in this match that, Jhulan Goswami, a veteran seamer has a four-wickets haul which bundled out the opponent team at low score of 157 runs only. Many records has created in Tuesday match, it will be the memorable moment for many days.

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