Highest Individual ODI Score In Every Batting Position
In any cricket format, batting position is a very crucial talking point for a team. Many batsmen have one or a few more special batting positions. Also, every batting position has different responsibilities according to the conditions and match situations.
In this article, we are briefly discussing the highest individual ODI score in every batting position. (This article has been updated till 6th June 2019).
No.1: Martin Guptill (New Zealand) – 237* vs West Indies at Wellington on 21st March 2015
New Zealand opener Martin Guptill is holding the record of highest individual ODI score at the no.1 batting position. During the quarter-final of 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup against West Indies, Guptill scored an unbeaten 237-run off just 163 balls. It is also the highest individual score in Cricket World Cup history. Batting for 224 minutes, Guptill hit 24 fours and 11 sixes in that innings. His innings helped New Zealand to score 393/6 (50 overs) in the first innings and later, West Indies was bundled out for just 250 runs (30.3 overs).
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