First ODI Half Century by No 11th
Mohammad Amir from Pakistan
Ravichandran Ashwin from India
Mitchell Starc from Australia
None of the Above
Question in detailSeeking the first ODI half-century by no 11? Here we reveal some interesting ODI records. The record-breaking third ODI between England and Pakistan at Nottingham witnessed English batsmen showcasing a lethal batting display. 444 runs in an ODI innings is itself a world record in the cricketing history. However, the other records broken in the match include: most boundaries in an ODI innings (59), the highest individual ODI score by an English batsmen (171 by Alex Hales), and the fastest ODI half-century by an Englishman (50 off 22 balls by Jos Buttler). Amongst the record makers of the match are two Pakistani, including Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Amir. Wahab Riaz conceded 110 runs in 10 overs, while Mohd. Amir hit a half-century at no 11.
With 58 off just 28 balls, Mohammad Amir became the first batsman in the world to score an ODI half-century batting at number 11. His innings includes 5 fours and 4 sixes. No other player in the world has ever managed to score a half-century in ODI batting at number 11. So, it was the first ODI half-century by no 11.
Name the cricketer to hit an ODI half-century batting at number 11?