Most Runs in One Over ODI’s

Most Runs in One Over ODI’s, top 45

Most Runs in One Over ODI’s : South African spinner Robin Peterson bowled the second most expensive over in one-day cricket when he conceded 35 runs against Sri Lanka on Friday 26 July 2013. Srilankan All-Rounder Thisara Perera hit five sixes and a boundary in the 33rd over sent down by Peterson in the third one-day international in Pallekele. World Record For Most Runs in An Over belongs To South african HH Gibbs. Gibbs hit six sixes in an over.

Most Runs in One Over ODI's, top 45

Last Update: 01-01-2014

New Zealand´s Corey Anderson smashed the fastest century in the history of one day international cricket on just from 36 balls. during his innings he smashed and his partner jesse ryder smashed 27 Runs in an Over of Left-arm Spinner Miller.

Most Runs in One Over ODI’s History

#

Runs

Players

Bowler

VS

Year

1

36

HH Gibbs (666666)

DLS van Bunge

Netherlands

2006

2

35

NLTC Perera (6W66646)

RJ Peterson

 South Africa

2013

3

32

Shahid Afridi (446666)

CM Bandara

Sri Lanka

2007

4

31

KS Williamson (1) JEC Franklin (6646N4x2)

Rizwan Cheema, HS Baidwan

Canada

2010

5

30

ST Jayasuriya (x4066661)

Aamer Sohail

 Pakistan

1995

6

30

ST Jayasuriya (666642)

CZ Harris

New Zealand

2000

7

30

M Boucher (41)

JH Kallis (2W5666)

LP van Troost

 Netherlands

2006

8

30

Mascarenhas (066666)

Yuvraj Singh

India

2007

9

30

R Taylor (46W6W246)

Abdul Razzaq

Pakistan

2010

10

30

JP Faulkner (662664)

I Sharma

India

2013

11

28

Shahid Afridi (662644)

ST Jayasuriya

Sri Lanka

1996

12

28

SR Tendulkar (4B26444)

A Jadeja (1)       

CJ Drum

New Zealand

1999

13

28

Shahid Afridi (666064)

Enamul Haque

Bangladesh

2001

14

28

DS Lehmann (444646)

RJ van Vuuren

Namibia

2002

15

28

RT Ponting (N4N14) A Symonds (N4N6211) B Lee (1)

R Telemachus

South Africa

2005

16

28          

MV Boucher (N440616)

JH Kallis (4N1)

Mohammad Asif

Pakistan

2006

17

28

R Taylor (466x.4×6)

Shoaib Akhtar

Pakistan

2010

18

28

R Taylor (660664)

HS Baidwan

Canada

2010

19

27

Asif Mujtaba (41)

Salim Malik (6466)

M Muralitharan

Sri Lanka

1994

20

27

Rameez Raja (41)

Moin Khan (4666)

IR Bishop

West Indies

1995

21

27

MS Atapattu (1)

ST Jayasuriya (66446)

Akram Khan

Bangladesh

1997

22

27

Z Khan (1666×6)

AB Agarkar (1)

HK Olonga

Zimbabwe

2000

23

27

Imran Nazir (1)

Shahid Afridi (64646)

GE Bradburn

New Zealand

2000

24

27

SM Pollock (266661)

JEC Franklin

New Zealand

2001

25

27

DS Lehmann (1)

B Lee (64646)

A Donald

South Africa

2001

26

27

A Flintoff (N4N42W1066)

AJ Strauss (1)

DR Smith

 West Indies

2004

27

27

C McMillan (16N4N661)

NJ Astle (1)

HR Johnson

USA

2004

28

27

C McMillan (W4164W441)

NJ Astle (14)

LC Romero

 USA

2004

29

27

G Smith (WN44444W40)

Naved-ul-Hasan

Pakistan

2006

30

27

RT Ponting (1)

SR Watson (66662)

Suhrawadi Shuvo

Bangladesh

2011

31

27

CJ Anderson (6641)

JD Ryder (46)

NO Miller

West Indies

2014

32

26

BC Lara (464660)

BB Seebaran

Canada

2002

33

26

RW Marsh (64646W)

BL Cairns

New Zealand

1980

34

26

BL Cairns (464660)

VBJ John

 Sri Lanka

1983

35

26

MW Gatting (6066B6)

RJ Shastri

 India

1981

36

26

RJ Hadlee (xx64241)

MD Crowe (4)

GA Gooch

 England

1986

37

26

IT Botham (442466)

SP Davis

Australia

1986

38

26

AP Kuiper (2042666)

CJ McDermott

Australia

1993

39

26

Saeed Anwar (226664)

A Kumble

India

1996

40

26

NJ Astle (x46664)

Rashid Zia

USA

2004

41

26

V Sehwag (446444)

LHD Dilhara

Sri Lanka

2005

42

26

Abdul Razzaq (x6W5LB4641)

SI Mahmood

 England

2006

43

26

MV Boucher (644264)

CJ Chibhabha

Zimbabwe

2006

44

26

Abdur Razzak (1)

M Mortaza (66661)

D Mongia

India

2007

45

26

S Jayasuriya (664406)

RP Singh

 India

2008

46

26

F Mutizwa (6×6441)

P Utseya(4)

PJ Ongondo

Kenya

2008

47

26

S Chanderpaul (464444)

SJ Harmison

England

2008

48

26

RG Sharma (64.646)

XJ Doherty

Australia

2013

Source : espncricinfo.com

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