Smriti Mandhana’s bat continues to break records and she made another record against England, where she became the fastest Indian batsman to score 3000 ODI runs.



THE KASHMIR NEWS | Edited By: Sumit Sundriyal



Sep 21, 2022, 7:45 PM IST





Indian women's cricket team's star batsman Smriti Mandhana is running in excellent form.  Mandhana's bat is continuously getting runs and she is also making many records in her name.  After playing a great innings in the first ODI against England, Smriti gave a good start to the team in the second ODI as well and also made a special record in her name.  (Photo: AFP)

Indian women’s cricket team’s star batsman Smriti Mandhana is running in excellent form. Mandhana’s bat is continuously getting runs and she is also making many records in her name. After playing a great innings in the first ODI against England, Smriti gave a good start to the team in the second ODI as well and also made a special record in her name. (Photo: AFP)

Batting in the second ODI against England at Canterbury, the star Indian opener scored 40 runs and completed his 3000 runs in ODI cricket during this period.  Mandhana became the third woman cricketer from India to reach 3000 runs.  (Photo: PTI)

Batting in the second ODI against England at Canterbury, the star Indian opener scored 40 runs and completed his 3000 runs in ODI cricket during this period. Mandhana became the third woman cricketer from India to reach 3000 runs. (Photo: PTI)

Before Mandhana, Mithali Raj and Harmanpreet Kaur had scored 3000 runs for India but Mandhana became the fastest Indian batsman to reach here.  He achieved this position in just 76 innings.  (Photo: SLC)

Before Mandhana, Mithali Raj and Harmanpreet Kaur had scored 3000 runs for India but Mandhana became the fastest Indian batsman to reach here. He achieved this position in just 76 innings. (Photo: SLC)

Not only this, she became the third batsman to score 3000 runs in the shortest innings in women's cricket.  These records are in the name of Australia's great batsman Belinda Clarke, who did this feat in just 62 innings.  (Photo: ECB)

Not only this, she became the third batsman to score 3000 runs in the shortest innings in women’s cricket. These records are in the name of Australia’s great batsman Belinda Clarke, who did this feat in just 62 innings. (Photo: ECB)

Well, not only in women's cricket, but also among the male cricketers of India, Mandhana is ahead of many batsmen.  Only Shikhar Dhawan (72 innings) and Virat Kohli (75 innings) are ahead of him in India.  (Photo: AFP)

Well, not only in women’s cricket, but also among the male cricketers of India, Mandhana is ahead of many batsmen. Only Shikhar Dhawan (72 innings) and Virat Kohli (75 innings) are ahead of him in India. (Photo: AFP)






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