Mithali Raj got a rare record holder in women’s cricket

Mithali Raj achieved the rare record holder in Indian Cricket.

Indian cricket Mithali Raj is one of the most accomplished players in women’s cricket. 

She became the first woman cricketer in 20 years to enter international cricket. 

In 1999, he entered cricket with a match against Ireland. 

jIn his 20-year career, he has played 204 ODIs, 10 Tests and 89 T20s. Mithali is the highest-scoring cricketer in ODI cricket.

Against Australia, Mithali surpassed former England captain Charlotte Edwards’ 5,992 runs when she reached 34, thereby becoming the highest scorer in ODIs.

Apart from her brilliant batting, which has made her the highest run-scorer in ODIs, it’s her longevity that has stood out. 

Consider these numbers that underline her influence on the Indian team.

Mithali Raj is applauded as the ‘Tendulkar of Indian Women’s Cricket‘ as she is the leading run-scorer for India across all the formats i.e. tests, ODIs, and T20Is.

The world record run came when she pushed an Ellyse Perry ball towards cover boundary for a single. 

The 6,000-run milestone was achieved with a huge six off leg-break bowler Kirsten Beams as she received a standing ovation from the Indian bench.

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