Which 5 players have played most 50+ innings in International Cricket? Kohli still has a long way to go to reach No.1


The record of playing the most 50 plus innings in international cricket is recorded in the name of former player Sachin Tendulkar, famous in the sports world as ‘God of Cricket’. After Tendulkar, the names of Ricky Ponting, Kumar Sangakkara, Jacques Kallis and Virat Kohli come.

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The record of playing the most 50 plus innings in international cricket is recorded in the name of former player Sachin Tendulkar, known as the ‘God of Cricket’ in the sports world. Tendulkar played 664 matches for the Indian team between 1989 and 2013, playing 50 plus innings 264 times. (AFP)

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The name of former Australian captain Ricky Ponting comes in second place. Ponting played a total of 560 international matches for his team between 1995 and 2012. Meanwhile, 50 plus innings came out of his bat 217 times. (AFP)

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Former Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara occupies the third place. Sangakkara played a total of 594 international matches for his team between 2000 and 2015. During this, 50 plus innings came out of his bat 216 times. (Kumar Sangakkara/Instagram)

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The name of former South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis comes in the fourth place. Kallis played 519 international matches for the African team between 1995 and 2014. Meanwhile, 50 plus innings came out of his bat 211 times. (Jacques Kallis/Instagram)

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Team India’s current promising batsman Virat Kohli occupies the fifth position. Kohli has played 500* international matches for the blue team since 2008. During this, 50 plus innings have come out of his bat 207 times. (AP)

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Let us tell you that Kohli still has a long way to go to reach number one. At present, he is trailing by 57, 50 plus innings from this special record of Sachin Tendulkar. (AFP)

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