Senior Indian cricketer Mithali Raj celebrated her 38th birthday on Thursday and needs poured in from all throughout the globe. Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh was the primary amongst cricketers to take to Twitter and prolong birthday greetings to the main run-getter in ladies’s One-day Internationals (ODI). “Wishing a very Happy Birthday to the immensely talented @M_Raj03 who has set wonderful benchmarks in Indian cricket. May you continue to lead from the front and make the country proud,” Yuvraj Singh tweeted.
Wishing a really Happy Birthday to the immensely proficient @M_Raj03 who has set fantastic benchmarks in Indian cricket. May you proceed to guide from the entrance and make the nation proud
— Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) December 3, 2020
“Happy Birthday @M_Raj03 Keep shining like a star you are,” Aakash Chopra wrote on Twitter.
Happy Birthday @M_Raj03 Keep shining like a you’re.
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) December 3, 2020
The International Cricket Council put up a video of Mithali wherein she spoke about her journey in worldwide cricket.
Leading run-scorer in ladies’s ODIs
Highest run-scorer for in ladies’s T20Is
Two-time Women’s @cricketworldcup finalist
Most consecutive fifties in ladies’s ODIs –
Happy birthday to Mithali Raj!
Watch her inform her story on this particular video from CWC 2017: pic.twitter.com/Sp5QnmyN3s
— ICC (@ICC) December 3, 2020
Mithali made her debut for India on the age of 16 in 1999, smashing an unbeaten 114 in opposition to Ireland. She has come a great distance since then, changing into a mainstay within the Indian facet.
She has performed 209 ODIs, 89 T20Is and 10 Tests. Mithali is the main run-scorer in ladies’s ODIs with 6,888 runs. She can also be the primary lady to look in 200 ODIs.
In ODIs, Mithali has smashed seven centuries and 53 half-centuries.
Mithali additionally holds the report of scoring most consecutive half-centuries in ladies’s ODIs – seven.
She is India’s main run getter in ladies’s T20Is, with 2364 runs.
The Indian batter has led India to 2 World Cup finals in 2005 and 2017.
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