One-day internationals, or ODIs, are a type of cricket game that lasts 50 overs. Each team has up to 50 overs to finish its turn. West Indies has always been the most dangerous team since this format began. West Indies was the most feared cricket team in the 1970s and 1980s. They won the ODI World Cup in 1975 and 1979, and they made it to the final in 1983. In this format, the West Indies are now far behind many other countries. Several great hitters from the Caribbean have made it to the major leagues. This list shows the West Indies players who have scored the most runs in one-day internationals. A person can watch all the cricket highlights on tv today for the matches played by these players.
After hitting a Brett Lee ball over the Lord Tennyson school near Oval, he became known as one of the most violent cricket players ever. Gayle thought that footwork wasn’t necessary in cricket, just like Tillakaratne Dilshan, Virender Sehwag, and Brendon McCullum, who were all opening hitters at the time. This helped start a hitting age with a focus on hand-eye coordination and lightning-fast run scoring in all forms of the game that had never been seen before. Chris Gayle is known as one of the best batters in the history of cricket. He can hit sixes easily and at will. The international cricket rankings for The Boss of the Universe have moved up quickly. Since they were first played at the turn of the century, he has been playing ODIs. Gayle has scored 10,425 runs in 298 games at this level. He is a great batsman who has scored 10,000 runs in One-Day Internationals. His career bests include 25 centuries and 53 fifties in this style for the maroon team.
Brian Charles Lara switched roles like a chameleon, as if he were a professional actor. He played the hero, the magician, the entertainer, the matchmaker, the rescuer, the leader, and the sad romantic with equal skill. Lara will be remembered most of all as a great hitter who belongs in the same group as Jacques Kallis, Ricky Ponting, and Sachin Tendulkar. Brian Lara is known around the world as one of the sport’s all-time greats. He had a lot of at-bats, so he was often at the top of the charts. The Prince of Port of Spain was a steady batsman for the West Indies when he played cricket. In One-Day Internationals, he has scored the second most runs for the West Indies Cricket Team. Lara has done 10,348 runs so far. Using this method, he also wrote down 19 full centuries and 62 half-centuries
Chanderpaul was a winner in both One-Day Internationals and Tests, even though his style of play was better for Tests. He was very important to West Indies’ win of the ICC Champions Trophy in 2004. Chanderpaul usually bats in the middle of the lineup, but he led off for West Indies in the 2006 Champions Trophy and helped his team win. Shivnarine Chanderpaul hit with his left hand for the West Indies cricket team. He played cricket for the West Indies team from the 1990s until the 2011 ODI World Cup, when he quit. The former captain of the West Indies is well known for his unusual way of batting. He has played in 268 ODIs and scored a total of 8778 runs, with 150 being the most. He got 11 centuries and 59 half-centuries in this way.
Your mind probably conjures up a picture of him batting at Kensington Oval on a bright, sunny day, beaming as he hits another century. His game was fun, but he was also ruthless, as shown by the way he used delay tactics to keep England from winning in Trinidad in his first season as captain (1989–90). You aren’t as good as he is, so you’ll never be able to match up. His hitting was strong and showed a lot of character, and he was able to put together damaging innings. He was usually paired with Gordon Greenidge in the first game to counter his aggressive stroke play. Like most West Indians, he was good when there was a lot of speed, but he showed skill and determination when the West Indies lost in a dustbowl in Sydney in 1988-89 and scored 75 and 143. Desmond Haynes hit for the West Indies cricket team with his right hand. In the 1980s, his team, the Caribbean, was the most feared. Haynes’s ODI career lasted from 1978 to 1994, which is 15 years. In 238 One-Day Internationals, he scored 8648 runs, with 57 innings in the 50s and 17 centuries. His score of 152 is the highest ever for this type of game.
People often used the word “swagger” to describe how Sir Vivian Richards batted. Aggressive hitting was not very common in the 1970s and 1980s, so to call Viv’s hitting aggressive would be an understatement. It was really bad. That’s a better word for it. He never wore a helmet, so he would sneak up on the crease quietly. The crowd would cheer and roar in approval. Under his guidance, poor bowlers from all over the world turned into bowling machines, while the fielders turned into little boys running to the fence to catch the ball. There was a time when a strike rate of 90 or more was rare, and Richards stopped playing ODIs at that time. He was a very important part of the West Indies teams that won the World Cup in 1975 and 1979. His century in the last game of the 1979 tournament was the game-winner. Sir Vivian Richards, who was better known as Viv Richards, used to bat for the West Indies and was also their captain. In the 1980s, when he was famous, not many people could hit as hard as he could. He went to the bowling lane and did his part every time it was a must. He played cricket for almost 16 years. Richards scored 6721 runs over the course of 187 games (including 45 fifty-plus scores and 11 century scores). His score of 189 is the best ever.