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Top 10: Highest Individual Scores Against Afghanistan in ODI

Crickеt is a sport fillеd with rеmarkablе momеnts, and one of thе most еxciting aspеcts of thе gamе is witnеssing incrеdiblе individual pеrformancеs. When it comes to Onе Day International (ODI) cricket, batting prowеss takes centre stage. Over the years, we have seen some extraordinary innings played against various opponents, and Afghanistan has been no exception.

In this article, we’ll dеlvе into thе top 10 highеst individual scorеs against Afghanistan in ODI crickеt.

Highest Individual ODI Scores vs Afghanistan

PlayerRuns (Balls)4s/6sSRGroundDate
Pathum Nissanka (SL)210* (139)20/8151.07Pallekele9 Feb 2024
Glenn Maxwell (AUS)201* (128)21/10157.03Mumbai7 Nov 2023
David Warner (AUS)178 (133)19/5133.83Perth4 Mar 2015
Ed Joyce (IRE)160* (148)19/3108.10Belfast19 Jul 2016
Calum MacLeod (SCOT)157* (146)23/1107.53Bulawayo4 Mar 2018
Eoin Morgan (ENG)148 (71)4/17208.45Manchester18 Jun 2019
Andrew Balbirnie (IRE)145* (136)8/8106.61Dehradun5 Mar 2019
Sikandar Raza (ZIM)141 (133)11/7106.01Bulawayo20 Jul 2014
Harry Tector (IRE)138 (147)9/393.87Sharjah7 Mar 2024
Litton Das (BAN)136 (126)16/2107.93Chattogram25 Feb 2022

Key Insights

10: All of these innings were played outside of Afghanistan, but what is worth noting is the fact that those matches were played in Dehradun, Sharjah, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. These grounds were considered to be the home grounds of the Afghanistan team at that time.

4: Only 4 knocks of 150 or more have come against the Afghanistan bowling attack.

3: David Warner’s 178, Eoin Morgan’s 148, and Glenn Maxwell’s 201* have been struck in the ICC Cricket World Cup. Moreover, these are the highest individual scores of all three batters in the World Cup.

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17: The most interesting insight from the data is the presence of Eoin Morgan’s 17 sixes in Manchester, setting a world record for the most sixes in a single ODI innings to date.

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