Top 5 ODI Knocks By Indian Batsmen In This Decade
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Top 5 ODI Knocks By Indian Batsmen In This Decade

Top 5 ODI Knocks By Indian Batsmen In This Decade
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Top 5 ODI Knocks By Indian Batsmen In This Decade: Since the start of the 21st century, One Day International Cricket has amazed every fan world over, with the kind of excitement it has created. After the advent of T20 Leagues globally, One Day International Cricket has become fast-paced and has continued to generate a lot of hype.

Since the last decade or so, limited-overs Cricket has looked all the more appealing as the game has reached the masses even in remote areas of the country due to the advent of Social Media. But, we have noticed an exciting trend in White Ball Cricket as the batsmen have looked more dominating.

Since the last decade, we have seen some magnificent knocks from some of the best players from around the World. Apart from these players, Indian batsmen too, have played some memorable knocks which will be remembered as some of the greatest knocks in the limited-overs format.

We take a look at top 5 ODI knocks by Indian batsmen in this decade which will always be remembered by the Indian fans for a very long time.

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1. Sachin Tendulkar (200 in 147 balls vs South-Africa in Gwalior in 2010)

Sachin Tendulkar, Steve Smith
Sachin Tendulkar. Credit: BCCI

The master blaster smashed the South-African bowlers all around the park with his effortless timing. The 47-year-old batsman was at his best while playing the cover drives and flicked the ball wonderfully on the leg side. The right-hander pulled the ball superbly and didn’t allow the South-African bowlers to settle down. Tendulkar stroked the ball well in the gaps and rotated the strike intelligently.

The legendary batsman showed some great footwork and looked fluent while stroking the ball on the back-foot as well as the front foot. Tendulkar played some fine late cuts when the wicket got slow and was spot on as far as his shot selection was concerned. Tendulkar hit 25 boundaries and three sixes. Tendulkar’s knock helped India score 401. India won the game by 148 runs.

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