These batsmen scored the most runs in 4 consecutive innings of ODIs, know at which number is Shubman

India vs New Zealand 3rd ODI: India’s opener Shubman Gill scored a lot of runs in the ODI series against New Zealand. He managed to score 360 ​​runs in this ODI series. Apart from scoring 2 centuries against New Zealand, Shubman also played an unbeaten inning of 40 runs. His highest score here was 208 runs. Earlier in the series against Sri Lanka, he also batted brilliantly. In such a situation, among the top-5 batsmen who scored the most runs in four consecutive innings of ODI cricket. He has included his name.

Who is at the top?
Former Indian captain Virat Kohli holds the record for scoring the most runs in four consecutive innings of ODIs. In the year 2012, Virat had scored 490 runs in four consecutive innings of ODIs showing his form. This record is intact in the name of King Kohli for almost 10 years. In those four innings, Kohli scored 133 not out, 108, 66 and 183. Former South African batsman Herschelle Gibbs is at number two in this list. In 2002, Gibbs scored 482 runs in four consecutive innings of ODIs. During this he played innings of 116, 116 not out, 153 and 97 not out.

Shubman Gill is number three
Shubman Gill is at number three in terms of scoring the most runs in four consecutive innings of ODIs. In the same year, he managed to score 476 runs in four consecutive innings of ODIs. During this, Shubman played innings of 116, 208, 40 not out and 112 runs. After scoring 116 in the Thiruvananthapuram ODI against Sri Lanka, he went on to score two centuries in the ODI series against New Zealand. 

Rohit and Warner also in top-5
David Warner and Rohit Sharma are also among the top-5 batsmen who have scored the most runs in four consecutive innings of ODIs. In the year 2016, Warner had scored 472 runs in 4 consecutive innings of ODIs. Then he played innings of 172, 24, 119 and 156 runs. At the same time, Rohit Sharma scored 463 runs in four consecutive innings of ODIs during 2014-15. During that time Hitman played innings of 52, 264, 9 and 138 runs. 

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