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Mithali Raj Made a Great Record in Women One Day Cricket as Captain

Indian Women's team captain Mithali Raj made a big record in the second ODI against New Zealand. In this, he scored the 61st half-century of his ODI career. He played unbeaten innings of 6 runs in 81 balls. During this time she became the first woman cricketer to score 5000 runs as a captain. He has so for scored 5030 runs in 129 matches as captain at an average of 55.9.



Former Australia Captain at Number Two


Former Australia captain Belinda Clark is at number two after Mithali. As a captain, he has scored 4150 runs in 97 ODIs at an average of 47.1 Apart from this, Charlotte Edwards of England is at number three. As a captain in 107 ODIs, he scored 3523 runs at an average of 38.7. New Zealand's Suzy Bates is at number four. As captain, he has scored 3214 runs in 72 matches at an average of 51.8. Australia's Meg Lanning has scored 3016 runs in 66 ODIs at an average of 56.9 as a captain.


Mithali has so far scored 7516 runs in 222 ODIs at an average of 51.83. She has scored 7 centuries and 61 half-centuries. His best score is 125 not out. Let us inform you that in the second ODI against New Zealand, the Indian Women's team won the toss and batting first scored 270 runs for 6 wickets in 50 overs. Apart from Mithali, Richa Ghosh scored 65 runs. While opener Sabbhineni Meghna scored 49 and Yastika Bhatia scored 31 runs.


Amelia Kerr's century scored the target


In reply, New Zealand's team achieved the target in 49 overs due to the century innings of Amelia Kerr. He played an unbeaten 119 runs. While Maddy Green scored 52 runs. With this, the Kiwis have gone 2-0 up in the five-match series. Mithali has so far scored 7516 runs in 222 ODIs at an average of 51.83. She has scored 7 centuries and 61 half-centuries. His best score is 125 not out. Let us inform you that in the second ODI against New Zealand, the Indian Women's team won the toss and batting first scored 270 runs for 6 wickets in 50 overs.

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