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Which Australian women cricketer had broken ODI cricket record of Sachin Tendulkar

 Everyone knows the name of Sachin Tendulkar in the cricket world. Sachin Tendulkar has become such a cricketer in Indian cricket history who has brought India's name to India and abroad. Sachin Tendulkar's name will also be known to the person who will not be interested in the game of cricket. There was a time when all the teams of world cricket used to make a sari strategy on Sachin Tendulkar before playing the match against India, so that Sachin could be dismissed soon that all the teams knew that if Sachin Tendulkar's bat was fired, then It will be very difficult to win the match. There will hardly be any cricket record which does not belong to Sachin Tendulkar. Today we are going to talk about such a record in which any other cricketer had made his name before Sachin Tendulkar.


Which cricketer had the first double century in international matches in world cricket?

 Everyone says that Sachin Tendulkar was the first to score a double century in One Day International cricket, but this is not true. 13 years before Sachin, this achievement was done in someone else's name and a woman cricketer had scored a double century in One Day International cricket. Let us also tell you that this amazing happened in December 1997. Australian batsman Belinda Clark scored a double century in One Day International cricket on 16 December 1997.

When did Sachin Tendulkar score his first double century in International matches?

In 2010, Sachin Tendulkar became the first male player to score a double century in One Day International cricket and Sachin Tendulkar scored an unbeaten 200 against South Africa.

Which Australian women cricketer has scored a double century?

 Australian batsman Belinda Clark created history by scoring an unbeaten 229 against Denmark at the Middle Income Group Ground in Bandra, Mumbai, but that record did not last long and that record was broken in 2018. Batting first for Australia in a match of Hero Honda Women's World Cup on 16 December 1997, scored 229 runs in 155 balls with the help of 22 fours against the Danish team. Karen Rolton had played an innings of 64 runs with him, in addition to this 60 runs came out of Lisa Kaithley's bat.

 In this match, Australia's team scored a total of 412 runs in this match by losing 3 wickets. In response, Denmark's entire team was bundled out for 49 runs.

None of the batsmen from the Danish cricket team could cross the double-figure mark and this was the reason why the team lost the match badly by 363 runs. At the same time, if we talk about women's one-day international cricket, then only two times so far have seen a double century. For the first time, this amazing was done by Belinda Clark, while in the year 2018 against Ireland, New Zealand batsman Emilia Carr scored an unbeaten 232.


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