Top Indian Batsmen run out the most times in ODI Cricket

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Most run out Indian batsmen in ODI cricket – A batsman being run out in a game of cricket is a common thing, especially nowadays, when the fielding standards are improving a lot. But that is not considered good and is very agonizing for a batsman when he or she is run out in any format of the game.

most run out indian batsmen in odi cricket

The runouts mostly happen because of the confusion and many times due to the misunderstanding between batsmen at the crease. Due to this misunderstanding, the fielding team takes this opportunity to send one batsman back to the pavilion. Eventually, the batsman who is runout shakes his head angrily while going back.

Most run out Indian batsmen in ODI cricket

There are many batsmen from the Indian Cricket fraternity who have been run out the most times. So today, we will discuss some Indian batsmen who have been run out for the most times in the One Day International cricket history.

Rahul Dravid – 40 times

Rahul Dravid

The Wall, Rahul Dravid, is known for his most proper defensive techniques in the cricketing world. He was the guy who battled for hours to save the test cricket matches for India. Not just this, he was also one of the most dependable players in that Indian batting line up. Dravid has played a total of 318 ODIs between 1996 to 2011. During this, he has been runout the most times in his excellent career in one day international cricket. Dravid has been run out 40 times in his ODI career, which is the most for India in the 50 over format.

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Sachin Tendulkar – 34 times

Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar has played the most number of matches in ODI cricket for India. Tendulkar had a successful 24-year career in cricket. In that time, he was known for being the fastest runner between the wickets. But his name too, has been included in this list. Sachin is second player with most runout in ODIs, right behind Dravid. The Master Blaster was runout 34 times in 463 ODI matches that he played for India.

Most run out Indian batsmen in ODI cricket

Mohammad Azharuddin – 32 times

Mohammad Azharuddin

The former Indian captain and batsman Mohammad Azharuddin was the first batsman to play 300 ODI matches for the country. Azhar was known to be the stylish batsman in the older generation. He batted 308 times in 334 matches. During this, he run himself out 32 times in his career which was filled with success, failure and lot of controversies.

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Sourav Ganguly – 23 times

Sourav Ganguly

The Former Indian great skipper and batsman, Sourav Ganguly is named fourth in this list. Ganguly had a very aggressive approach while batting and during his captaincy days as well. The Indian opener batted 300 times in his career of 311 ODI matches for India. During this, he has returned back to the pavilion 23 times due to runout in his entire ODI career.

Most run out Indian batsmen in ODI cricket

Anil Kumble – 21 times

Anil Kumble

Kumble was a great former spinner of India. Anil Kumble also captained India in the test matches. But that was for a very little time. The captaincy responsibility came to Kumble when he was in the fag end of his Test career. He was the one to take the most wickets for India in ODIs and Test matches. He is the fifth player to be included in this list. Kumble batted 136 times in ODI matches for India. In that, he was runout 21 times.

In ODI cricket, other batsmen like Sehwag have been run out 19 times, MS Dhoni has been run out 15 times, Rohit Sharma 13 times and Team India’s current captain Virat Kohli 12 times.

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