Statistical Review: Five Players with Most Number of Not Outs in ODIs
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Stats: List of players With Most Number of Not-Outs in ODI history

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In gentleman’s game, different teams have had witnessed the precarious position they being in while wrestling against the quality bowling side in the recent past, but there have been quality batsmen around, who have risen to the occasion followed by occasional blip.

Such batsmen eventually went on to win the games single-handedly for the respective sides owing to their role as a finisher or sort of a vanguard during an innings, in the One-day Internationals and to stay at the crease for the longer period of time.

As the partnerships have had been playing a significant role in any form of the game, many players were out of their comfort zone – to hold the head high of a nation while batting against the top-notch teams after facing the dicey situation, in a bid to encapsulate the role of a protagonist.

In cricket, there are several players, who have been often at the forefront – to lead the side while facing all the daunting challenges of maintaining their calm and composed approach with the bat, but this list eventually includes the blend of the mixture.

The thorough professionals, who have had enjoyed a stint while laying the plinth before absorbing all the pressure has further, worked wonders while seeing the side through which interestingly included the bowlers too.

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Here is the list of five players who remained not out for most number of times in the One-day International cricket:

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Tahir Ibn Manzoor is a staffer at Sportzwiki.com, who follows cricket like food after listening to running commentary on a transistor radio when he was only eight, and penned down the scorecard when he turned 11. Twitter, Instagram: TahirIbnManzoor