Mithali Raj Becomes First Indian Woman Cricketer To Score 10,000 International Runs


Mithali Raj on Friday turned the primary Indian lady to attain 10,000 runs in worldwide cricket throughout all codecs. Mithali reached the milestone within the ongoing third One-day International (ODI) towards South Africa in Lucknow. The Indian ODI skipper scored 36 runs earlier than being dismissed by Anne Bosch. Mithali has scored 6974 runs in ODIs whereas within the T20Is, she has 2,364 runs to her identify. The 38-year-old right-handed batter has additionally scored 663 runs from 10 Test matches. 

Mithali is now the second worldwide cricketer to attain 10,000 runs throughout codecs. England’s Charlotte Edwards is the one different lady cricketer who has achieved this feat.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) congratulated the champion cricketer.

Mithali made her worldwide debut towards Ireland in an ODI sport again in June 1999. 

She has performed 212 ODIs and smashed seven centuries and 54 half-centuries within the 50-over format.

Mithali, who represented India in 89 T20Is, introduced her retirement from the shortest format of the sport again in September 2019. Mithali has 17 half-centuries in T20Is with a high rating of 97 not out.

Congratulatory messages for Mithali


The likes of Indian batting nice Sachin Tendulkar and former opening batsman Wasim Jaffer had been among the many few who took to Twitter to congratulate the Indian captain.

In the match, after being despatched in to bat, India girls had been in bother at one stage after being restricted to 64 for 2. 

Mithali bailed her facet out of bother by stitching a 77-run stand with Punam Raut for the third wicket.

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