Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Sehwaag smashed 1000 four in International ODI

Dambula. Indian cricket team's explosive opener Virender Sehwag became the world's seventh cricketer to hit 1000 boundaries in international one-day matches. Sehwag got 13th century of his career in which he also hit 16 fours and a six.

Playing 227 th match of his career against New Zealand in the tri-series, Sehwag hit three consecutive fours on Kyle Mills balls. He is the seventh batsman to do so. Most fours in one-day cricket record of putting India's Sachin Tendulkar's name. 442 matches, Tendulkar is now 1927 boundaries. Sri Lanka's veteran opener Sanath Jayasuriya is the second highest in the order. Jayasuriya 1500 boundaries are the names of 444 matches. Jayasuriya's 270 sixes most are planted. Hitting 200 in the case of applying the cross is the only batsman.

In the list of batsmen with over 1000 figure fours Australian captain Ricky Ponting [1164] Thirdly, the Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist East [1162] Fourth, the Indian team's former captain Sourav Ganguly [1122] The fifth and former West Indies captain Brian Lara [1035] is ranked sixth.

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