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These records of international cricket can be broken this year, Kohli-Babar are very close to creating history

International Cricket Records: Every day in cricket one or the other records are made and broken. At the same time, some records are made such that it takes years to break them. Apart from this, some records are such that it seems impossible to think of breaking them. Many legendary players came in the history of cricket, who made different records. We are going to tell you about some such records of international cricket, which will be broken this year (2023).

Most T20 runs by 1 player

Virat Kohli has maximum 4008 runs in T20 International. After this Rohit Sharma is at number two with 3853 runs. But Rohit Sharma will not be able to break this record of Kohli, because now it is difficult for Rohit Sharma to return to T20. This record of Kohli is expected to be broken by Pakistan team captain Babar Azam this year. Babar has so far scored 3355 runs in T20 International.

Most T20 wickets by 2 players

New Zealand’s star fast bowler Tim Southee has so far taken a total of 134 wickets in T20 Internationals. Shakib Al Hasan is at number two in this case with 128 wickets. And Rashid Khan is at number three with 122 wickets. It is expected that Rashid Khan will break this Saudi record before Shakib Al Hasan.

3 most international sixes

In international cricket, former West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has hit the maximum number of 553 sixes in his international career. In this case, Rohit Sharma is at number two with 502 sixes. This year it is expected that Rohit Sharma will make the record of hitting most sixes in international cricket.

Most runs as captain (in ODIs)

This year, the record of scoring the most runs as a captain in ODI cricket can also be broken. Currently this record is in the name of Virender Sehwag. In 2011, he scored an inning of 219 runs as captain in the ODI match played against the West Indies.

Most wins in 5 ODIs

This year, the record of most wins in ODI cricket can also be broken. At present, the Australian team is at number one in this matter with 592 wins. Apart from this, India team is second with 532 wins and Pakistan is at number three with 498 wins. This year the Indian team can break this record of Australia.

Most defeats in 6 ODIs

In ODI cricket, the Indian team has lost the maximum number of 436 ODIs. After this, the Sri Lankan team is at number two with 435 defeats. This year, the Indian team can overcome this unwanted record by defeating Sri Lanka in the ODI series.

Most hundreds in ODIs by 7 players

So far, former Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar has scored maximum 49 centuries in ODI cricket. On the other hand, Indian team’s star batsman Virat Kohli is at number two with 44 centuries. Kohli needs only 6 centuries to break this record. It is expected that this year Kohli will make this record in his name by scoring 6 centuries in ODIs.

Most centuries in 8 T20s

In T20 International, Indian batsman Rohit Sharma has scored maximum 4 centuries in T20 International. Indian batsman Suryakumar Yadav is at number two in this case with 3 centuries. This year it is expected that Surya will break this record of Rohit Sharma.

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