5 top innings in ODI run chases but ended by defeat-Several characters who’ve not really managed to take their team to success. However, performed their part to excellence have been created by cricket. It may be a valiant attempt from a lesser order blitz or the very best order that traveled in useless, but finally, the effect is equal – a defeat. There’s small that cricket watchers have not noticed in in cricket. Klusener performed a cameo that was brilliant but couldn’t complete the match for his staff.
Characters never expire. Their memories stay on. On that notice, check out five brilliant counterattacking innings in operating in ODIs pursuits that traveled in vain.
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Top 5 ODI Runs by Marcus Stoinis 146*, NZ v Aus
The first ODI of the 2017 Australia tour of New Zealand turned out to be a close encounter courtesy a certain Marcus Stoinis, who was playing in just his second ODI. The all-rounder took three wickets as New Zealand set a target of 287 for the visitors at Auckland.Trent Boult and Lockie Ferguson wrecked the Aussie top order as they crumbled to 67/6. Stoinis walked in with the score at 54/5 and watched as debutant Heazlett threw his wicket away. He found some company from Faulkner and the duo put on 81 runs together. Stoinis had got into his groove by then and started an onslaught on the Kiwi bowlers. Neesham was taken for three maximums in an over and Southee for two sixes and a four. After Faulkner’s dismissal, Cummins gave the all-rounder some company but Stoinis barely needed it.
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Top 5 ODI Runs by Yusuf Pathan 105, Ind v SA
The India-South Africa series decider at Centurion in 2011 turned out to be a humdinger. Aided by Hashim Amla’s hundred and Morne Van Wyk’s half-century, South Africa posted 250, batting first. Morne Morkel was on fire with the ball and India lost six wickets by the time the score was 74. Yusuf walked in with the score at 60/5 and played a brilliant game. He taking India mightily close, with some huge hits down the ground. Yusuf found a little support from Zaheer Khan and the duo put on a 100-run stand, out of which the KKR all-rounder contributed 76. The score moved from 119/8 to 219/8 when Morkel returned to the attack to nip out Yusuf and seal the game for the South Africans. However, the innings remains etched in the memories of all Indian fans.
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Top 5 ODI Runs by James Faulkner 116, India v Aus.
The 7th ODI of the India-Australia series in India is famous for Rohit Sharma’s landmark double hundred, a brilliant 209 that included 16 sixes. He had helped India to a huge score of 383 but the series had proved that 300+ scores were not impossible to chase down. Australia, however, started poorly as they slumped to 132/5 when James Faulkner walked to the wicket. Maxwell was already on fire but he fell soon after for a 22-ball-60 that included seven sixes. Faulkner, however, held his nerve and continued to smash the Indian bowlers. He had some company from Shane Watson, who walked in at 8 but lost him midway through. The all-rounder carried on as he got to his first hundred in ODIs and was the last man dismissed for 116 off 73 balls, with Australia bowled out for 326.
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Top 5 ODI Runs by Jos Buttler 121, Eng v SL.
It was the 4th ODI of Sri Lanka’s tour of England at Lord’s and a hundred by Kumar Sangakkara had put Lanka in the driving seat. He took them to 300 in the allotted 50 overs. England lost their way in the chase after Root and Ballance were dismissed in the 40s. However, Bopara and Buttler combined with the score at 111/5 and put on 133 runs. Buttler was in a rampant mood as he carted the Lankan bowlers around for a splendid century. Bopara fell with the score at 244 but Buttler carried on as he made 121 from just 74 balls with 11 fours and four sixes and was the eighth man out, in the last over, with England 9 short.
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Top 5 ODI Runs by Scott Styris 141, NZ vs SL – 2003 World Cup.
Scott Styris played one of the best innings of the 2003 World Cup statistics in a pool encounter between New Zealand and Sri Lanka at Bloemfontein. Jayasuriya’s century took Sri Lanka to 272, a fighting total on a decent pitch.New Zealand lost three in quick succession in the chase and was reeling at 15/3. Styris joined Cairns at the crease and the duo put on a 78-run stand. However, Cairns’ wicket was followed by a quite a few more as New Zealand stuttered to 94/5. Styris, however, had other ideas and slammed the bowlers all around the park. He smashed a hundred and went on a six-hitting spree, smacking six maximums. He was the last man dismissed on 141 with New Zealand still 47 runs short. The next highest scorer in the innings was Cairns with 32.