List of Highest Individual Score in Men’s ODIs

List of Highest Individual Scores in ODI cricket: The highest individual score by a batter in an ODI continues to exchange hands in every era. Indian cricketers have dominated the list ever since Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar scored the maiden double hundred in ODIs in 2010. Since then, men’s ODI cricket has witnessed 10 double hundreds.

Rohit Sharma is the only batter to have scored three double hundreds and presently holds the highest individual record by a batter in an ODI. He scored 264 against Sri Lanka in the 2014 ODI in Kolkata. Indian batters dominate the list when it comes to the highest individual score in ODIs. However, the list also includes some of the finest batsmen of their era. Here is a list of the top 20 individual ODI scores by a batter. 

Rank Player Country Runs Opposition Venue Year
1 Rohit Sharma India 264 Sri Lanka Kolkata 2014
2 Martin Guptill New Zealand 237* West Indies Wellington 2015
3 Virender Sehwag India 219 West Indies Indore 2011
4 Chris Gayle West Indies 215 Zimbabwe Canberra 2015
5 Fakhar Zaman Pakistan 210* Zimbabwe Bulawayo 2018
6 Ishan Kishan India 210 Bangladesh Chattogram 2022
7 Rohit Sharma India 209 Australia Bengaluru 2013
8 Rohit Sharma India 208* Sri Lanka Mohali 2015
9 Shubman Gill India 208 New Zealand Hyderabad 2023
10 Sachin Tendulkar India 200* South Africa Gwalior 2010
11 Charles Coventry Zimbabwe 194* Bangladesh Bulawayo 2009
12 Saeed Anwar Pakistan 194 India Chennai 1997
13 Fakhar Zaman Pakistan 193 South Africa Joburg 2021
14 Viv Richards West indies 189* England Manchester 1984
15 Martin Guptill New Zealand 189* England Southampton 2013
16 Sanath Jayasuriya India 189 India Sharjah 2000
17 Gary Kirsten South Africa 188* UAE Rawalpindi 1996
18 Sachin Tendulkar India 186* New Zealand Hyderabad 1999
19 Shane Watson Australia 185* Bangladesh Mirpur 2011
20 Faf du Plessis Australia 185 Sri Lanka Cape Town 2017

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