India's star batsman Virat Kohli recently created twin records during the third ODI against Australia in Melbourne yesterday. He became the fastest batsman to reach 7,000 runs and also the quickest to hit 24 centuries in One-Day Internationals. Here's a look at the top 10 quickest cricketers to amass over 7,000 runs in this format.
Team - India. Innings - 161. Match date - 17 Jan 2016. ODI debut - 18 Aug 2008.
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Team - South Africa. Innings - 166. Match date - 14 Nov 2014. ODI debut - 2 Feb 2005.
Team - India. Innings - 174. Match date - 24 Oct 2001. ODI debut - 11 Jan 1992.
Team - West Indies. Innings - 183. Match date - 6 May 2001. ODI debut - 9 Nov 1990.
Team - West Indies. Innings - 187. Match date - 14 Dec 1991. ODI debut - 22 Feb 1978
Team - South Africa. Innings - 188. Match date - 20 Aug 2004. ODI debut - 9 Jan 1996.
Team - India. Innings - 189. Match date - 7 Jul 1998. ODI debut - 18 Dec 1989.
Team - West Indies. Innings - 189. Match date - 13 Jan 2009. ODI debut - 11 Sep 1999.
Team - India. Innings - 189. Match date - 30 Dec 2012. ODI debut - 23 Dec 2004.
Team - Australia. Innings - 192. Match date - 22 Feb 2004. ODI debut - 15 Feb 1995.
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