I could have easily scored 10,000 runs in ODIs – Which Pakistan player said this?

Younis Khan reveals why he could have easily scored 10,000 ODI runs Pakistan cricket

Pakistan great Younis Khan: “Yes, I think I could have added a good 3,000-plus runs easily as two balls would stay harder during the innings and [with] the current powerplay rules”

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Iconic Pakistan batsman Younis Khan believes that he could have scored at least 10,000 runs in ODI cricket had there been two new balls used like in today’s game.

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 19th Match: De Villiers comes back to haunt the West Indies once again

De Villiers now holds the record for the fastest 150 in ODI history

De Villiers now holds the record for the fastest 150 in ODI history

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After scoring the fastest ODI century against the West Indies on January 18, South Africa captain AB de Villiers came back to haunt the men from the Caribbean once again as he smashed the fastest 150 in ODI history to lead his side to a 257-run win in Sydney.

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BBL 2014/15 17th Match: Faulkner carries Stars to victory following Super Over heroics

Faulkner was named Man of the Match for smashing two vital sixes in the Super Over

Faulkner was named Man of the Match for smashing two vital sixes in the Super Over

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Melbourne Stars all-rounder James Faulkner smashed two sixes in the Super Over to lead his side to victory over the Sydney Sixers in a thrilling match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

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South Africa vs West Indies 1st Test Day 4: Steyn slices through West Indies to give South Africa 1-0 lead

Steyn finished with 6-34 off 8.2 overs

Steyn finished with 6-34 off 8.2 overs

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South Africa pace bowler Dale Steyn sliced through the West Indies’ batting line-up with no problems whatsoever to lead his side to a convincing innings and 220-run win on the fourth day of the first Test in Centurion.

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Australia vs India 2nd Test Day 4: Johnson and Rogers hand Australia 2-0 lead

Johnson finished with figures of 4-61 off 17.3 overs

Johnson finished with figures of 4-61 off 17.3 overs

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Australia left-arm pace bowler Mitchell Johnson took four wickets and opener Chris Rogers scored 55 to not only beat India by four wickets on the fourth day of the second Test in Brisbane, but also hand their side a 2-0 lead in the series.

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