Today’s statistic which I am going to discuss, will help you to focus on the players who scored most in One day International in 2014. Many legends says that in today’s new generation cricketers do not know the grammar of cricket. Some of the cricketers in this list does not performed well but still performed in One day Internationals. Take a look on those batsmen of 2014 who scored most in 2014.

Player’s Name


Runs in 2014

Kumar Sangakkara

Sri Lanka


Angelo Mathews

Sri Lanka


Faf du Plessis

South Africa


Hashim Amla

South Africa


Joe Buttler



Virat Kohli



Aaron Finch



Joe Root



8. Joe Root (England): Joe Root, a willowy batsman who relies more on exactness than weight of stroke, has already drawn comparisons with two of Yorkshire’s finest batsmen. His tolerance and stubbornness at the crease had Geoffrey Boycott effusive that he reminded him of himself. He made his One Day debut in 2013 against India. He made 505 runs in 2014.

7. Aaron Finch (Australia): Aaron Finch represented himself at the 2006 Under-19 World Cup, enjoyed a advance season for the Bushrangers in 2009-10. He made his first-class debut against the exploring Indians in December 2007 but the match was wiped out and he had to wait more than two years for his first innings. He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in 2013. He made 508 runs in 2014.

6. Virat Kohli (India):A classic modern-day cricketer, Virat Kohli plays his game aggressively, uncovers his feelings loudly in public, yet keeps the element of puberty that forms an essential part of every good and great player. Today he is identified for his growing maturity, and, more importantly, for his superb expertise with bat in hand. Even in the existence, or absenteeism, of his other productive partners, Virat has become one of the most dependable batsmen in the Indian middle order. He made his debut against Sri Lanka in 2008. He made 534 ODI runs in 2014.

5. Joe Buttler (England): Jos Buttler is brittle-hitting batsman with enormous promise. He made his international debut in early 2012. He was given his ODI debut against Pakistan in the UAE, though had to wait nearly a year for his second cap, this time as wicketkeeper and when Ashley Giles took over as limited-overs coach one of his first important decision was to trench Kieswetter in approval of Buttler. He made 559 ODI runs in 2014.

4. Hashim Amla (South Africa):An elegant stroke-player blessed with the disposition to make the most of his talent, Hashim Amla is the first South African of Indian descent to reach the national squad. He made his debut against Bangladesh in 2008. He scored 567 ODI runs in 2014.

3. Faf du Plessis (South Africa):Faf is better known for his batting, with the capacity to score runs all around the wicket and a particularly astonishing off-drive, but has also had his bowling authority increased at franchise level and will play as an all-rounder. He made his ODI debut against India in 2011. He scored 618 ODI runs in 2014. He is at number 3rd position.

2. Angelo Mathews (Sri Lanka): A durable batting technique, nagging stability with the ball, and athleticism in the field, all set off by an composed nature, have made Angelo Mathews one of Sri Lanka’s most prized assets and a form on which the team hangs many hopes. In limited overs cricket, Mathews’ all-round skills are almost crucial. When he pulled a quad in the World Cup semi-final in 2011, he enforced three changes to the XI that played in the final, as the team attempt for the balance he single-handedly delivers. He made 723 ODI runs in 2014.

1. Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka): The cool, calm Sri Lankan figure is leading in this list. As a batsman, he has matured steadily, and the appetite for runs was best illustrated at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Colombo in 2006. He made his debut in 2000 against Pakistan. He made 728 ODI runs in 2014.