Shikhar Dhawan became the fourth fastest batsman to score 6,000 runs in ODIs, the fastest to 6,000 runs in 140 innings. South Africa’s Amla was the first to score 6,000 runs in ODIs and Virat Kohli was the second. Sri Lankan captain Shikhar Dhawan batted vigorously in the first one day cricket match. He has made a feat in his name during his unbeaten 86. He completed his 6000 runs in ODIs in this match. He has scored 6000 runs in 140 innings. He is the fourth fastest batsman to complete 6000 runs in ODIs. He also completed 1000 runs against Sri Lanka.
Dhawan and Kishan’s first ODI half-centuries, South Africa’s Hashim Amla holds the record for India’s fastest 6000 runs in a simple ODI against Sri Lanka. Amla achieved this feat in 123 innings. Indian captain Virat Kohli is the second highest run-scorer with 136 innings. Kane Williams in 139 innings while Dhawan in 140 innings.
Dhawan is behind West Indies legend Vivian Richards who scored 6000 runs in 141 innings. Apart from this, Joe Root of England also achieved this feat in 141 innings. Former India captain Sourav Ganguly and South African star AB de Villiers took 147 innings to reach this figure.
Dhawan has completed 10,000 runs in international cricket as an opener more than a Sri Lankan batsman. There are five batsmen to score 10,000 runs in international cricket for India. Sachin Tendulkar, Rohit Sharma, Virender Sehwag and Sunil Gavaskar are among those Indian batsmen who have completed 10,000 runs as openers in international cricket.
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