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    There were total 129 ODIs played in 2017. Out of those, 122 matches finished with a result while seven others failed to produce any results. Apart from those matches, there were also two additional ODIs which had been abandoned without a toss.

    Records are made to be broken. In the year of 2017, few ODI records were newly recreated by the players or teams. Here we covered some major ODI records that are broken in 2017.

     

    1. (On 25th February)

    *Fastest to complete 9,000 ODI runs

    Previous Record Holder: Sourav Ganguly (India) – took 228 innings (on 9th January 2004) to complete 9,000 ODI runs.

    Sourav Ganguly

    Current Record Holder: *AB de Villiers (South Africa/Africa XI) – took 205 innings to complete 9,000 ODI runs.

    AB de Villiers (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

     

    1. (On 26th February)

    Shortest completed ODI innings (by balls)

    Previous Record Holder: Namibia (scored 45 runs) – faced total 84 deliveries (14 overs) against Australia at Potchefstroom on 27th February 2003 

    Namibia against Australia in 2003 (Image Source: Google)

    Current Record Holder: Zimbabwe (scored 54 runs) – faced total 83 deliveries (13.5 overs) against Afghanistan at Harare.

    Zimbabwe vs Afghanistan (Image Source: Google)

     

    1. (On 29th May)

    Fastest to complete 7,000 ODI runs

    Previous Record Holder: Virat Kohli (India) – took 161 innings (on 17th January 2016) to complete 7,000 ODI runs.

    Virat Kohli

    Current Record Holder: Hashim Amla (South Africa) – took 150 innings to complete 7,000 ODI runs.

    Hashim Amla

     

    1. (On 15th June)

    Fastest to complete 8,000 ODI runs

    Previous Record Holder: AB de Villiers (South Africa/Africa XI) – took 182 innings (on 26th August 2015) to complete 8,000 ODI runs.

    Ab de Villiers

    Current Record Holder: Virat Kohli (India) – took 175 innings to complete 8,000 ODI runs.

    Virat Kohli | Indian cricket team |
    Virat Kohli

     

    1. (On 3rd September)

    Most stumpings in ODI career

    Previous Record Holder: Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka/Asia XI/ICC World XI) – made 99 stumpings in ODI career.

    Kumar Sangakkara (Image Source: Google)

    Current Record Holder: MS Dhoni (India/Asia XI) – broke the record on 3rd September 2017. At the end of this year, MS Dhoni has made 105 stumpings in ODI career.

    dhoni
    MS Dhoni

     

    1. (On 29th October)

    i) *Fastest to complete 9,000 ODI runs

    Previous Record Holder: *AB de Villiers (South Africa/Africa XI) – took 205 innings (on 25th February 2017) to complete 9,000 ODI runs.

    Photo Credit: Getty Images.

    Current Record Holder: Virat Kohli (India) – took 194 innings to complete 9,000 ODI runs.

    Virat Kohli's Attitude Not Ideal for Everyone to Follow: Adam Gilchrist
    Virat Kohli (Image Source: espncricinfo)

     

    ii) Most runs scored by an ODI captain in a calendar year

    Previous Record Holder: Ricky Ponting (Australia) – scored total 1,424 runs in 2007

    Ricky Ponting (Image Source: Google)

    Current Record Holder: Virat Kohli (India) – broke the record on 29th October 2017. Kohli scored total 1,460 runs as captain in 2017.

    Virat Kohli | Indian cricket team |
    Virat Kohli

     

    1. (On 5th December)

    Youngest player to take 4 or more wickets in an ODI innings

    Previous Record Holder: Talha Jubair (Bangladesh) – at the age of 16 years and 297 days, he claimed a bowling figure of 10-1-65-4 against South Africa at Potchefstroom on 3rd October 2002.

    Talha Jubair (Image Source: Google)

    Current Record Holder: Mujeeb Zadran (Afghanistan) – at the age of 16 years and 252 days, he claimed a bowling figure of 10-2-24-4 against Ireland at Sharjah.

    Mujeeb Zadran
    Mujeeb Zadran

    [Special record: On the same day, Mujeeb Zadran also became the first ever international cricketer who born in the 21st century (born on 28th March 2001).]

     

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