Afridi completes 7000 ODI runs
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Afridi completes 7000 ODI runs
MIRPUR - Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi on Sunday completed 7,000 runs in One-Day Internationals (ODI) during the fifth ODI if Asia Cup 2012 against India at Mirpur. The 31-year-old all-rounder became the sixth Pakistani batsman and 30th in the world to have achieved this feat.
Afridi completed his 7,000th run off Irfan Pathan in the 44th over of the Asia Cup fifth ODI. Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar leads the table with 18,374 runs in 462 matches.
Pakistan batsmen who scored 7,000 runs or more in ODIs
Player M Runs Avg HS SR 100s 50s
Inzamam-ul-Haq 375 11701 39.53 137* 74.20 10 83
M Yousuf 281 9554 42.08 141* 74.91 15 62
Saeed Anwar 247 8824 39.21 194 80.67 20 43
Javed Miandad 233 7381 41.70 119* 67.01 8 50
Saleem Malik 283 7170 32.88 102 76.41 5 47
Shahid Afridi 341* 7008 23.64 124 113.89 6 33
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