Mitchell Marsh, the Australian all-rounder, has completed 2,000 runs in One Day International (ODI) cricket. The 31-year-old achieved this milestone during the 3rd ODI match against India at the MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai, on March 22, 2023.
Marsh gave Australia a great start by opening the innings and scoring 47 runs off 47 balls, including eight fours and a six. Hardik Pandya dismissed him after he missed his 16th half-century in ODI cricket.
Here are some key stats about Marsh’s ODI career:
- Marsh has now scored 2,008 runs in 72 matches, with an average of 34.62 and a strike rate of 92.40.
- He has hit 15 half-centuries, one century (career-best 102*), and has taken 48 wickets at an average of 36.04.
- Marsh averages a staggering 89.50 against India in ODIs, with a strike rate of 118.93. He has scored 358 runs against India in the format, including a century and three half-centuries.
- In the ongoing series against India, Marsh scored 47, 66*, and 81 in the three matches.
Marsh’s contribution to Australia’s ODI team has been significant, and this latest milestone is a testament to his talent and dedication.
If he continues to perform like this, Marsh can make significant contributions to Australia’s campaign in the upcoming tournaments
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