Women Cricket

200 is just a number, says Mithali Raj on world record

Mithali Raj made her debut way back in 1999 but not much has changed for the Indian skipper even after two decades of international cricket. On Friday, Raj achieved the milestone of 200 ODIs but maintained that it is just a number for her. The 36-year-old legend became the first woman to compete in 200 matches in the ODI format. Reflecting on her feat, Raj said, “200 is just a

Mithali Raj becomes leading run-scorer in women’s ODI cricket

Indian skipper Mithali Raj has become the first player in the history of women’s ODI cricket to have crossed 6000 career runs. Mithali reached the milestone in India’s ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 match against Australia. She is now the all-time highest run-scorer in women’s cricket, surpassing the record previously held by England’s Charlotte Edwards. Edwards scored 5992 runs in 191 matches at an average of 38.16 including nine centuries