In any form of cricket, half a century is not given equal importance as a century, but still half-centuries are counted. Because the half century also plays a very important role in advancing the team’s score.
For this reason, half a century is not less important for any player in international cricket. In this story, we tell you about the batsmen of the world of cricket who have scored the most fifties in ODIs.
The God of cricket Sachin Tendulkar, who holds almost every record in the world of cricket, is not considered such a great batsman. While Sachin has done wonders in all formats of cricket, at the same time in ODI cricket he has always encouraged his team’s enthusiasm. In Namdo cricket, Sachin’s name is the only record for making the most centuries and the record for scoring the most half-centuries is also in his name. For your information, let us tell you that Sachin has scored 96 half-centuries in One Day International cricket.
In the world of cricket, the name of Kumar Sangakkara is no longer an introduction. This former great player from Sri Lanka stunned the audience with his performance several times on the field. Sangakkara has scored 93 half-centuries in ODI cricket. Sangakkara played a total of 404 ODI matches in his career, including 93 half-centuries and 25 centuries in his name.
This brilliant all-rounder of South Africa’s team used to bat all over the world. He showed his mettle in every dimension of cricket. Kallis made 86 half-centuries in 328 ODIs in his cricket career. Along with half a century, 17 centuries are also registered in ODI International named after Jack Kallis.
Rahul Dravid has ruled crores of hearts with his powerful performance as the whole world is known as ‘The Wall’. Dravid has scored 83 half-centuries in One Day International cricket. With this, he has also scored 12 centuries in ODI cricket.
Former Pakistan Captain Inzamam-ul-Haq showed a great game for Pakistan in his time. Inzamam is named among the greatest batsmen of the Pakistan cricket team. Like Rahul Dravid, Inzamam has scored 83 half-centuries in one-day international cricket, where Dravid’s batting average in ODIs was 39.16, while Inzamam averaged 39.52. Inzamam has also scored 10 centuries in ODIs.