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Andrew Symonds’s Top 3 ODI performances

Andrew Symonds's Top 3 ODI performances

Andrew Symondss Top 3 ODI performances

Australia’s star cricketer Andrew Symonds has been known as one of the most destructive all-rounders in the history of cricket and has taken his side to the epitome of the level with his huge success. Notably, he is known as the best cricketer when it comes to the ODIs, having single-handedly guided some of the epic wins to the Aussies.

The star cricketer made his ODI debut on November 10, 1998, against Pakistan and went on to play 198 matches while amassing 5088 runs, featuring six centuries and 30 fifties. In the same vein, here are his top three knocks in ODI cricket:

156(127) vs New Zealand, 2005, Sky Stadium, Wellington

Andew Symonds top ODI knock came during the second ODI against New Zealand, which was played on December 7, 2005, in Wellington. The star cricketer made 156 runs from 127 balls, featuring 12 fours and eight sixes with a solid strike rate of 123, to help his side win the game by two runs. Speaking about the game here, Australia posted 322/5 in the given 20 overs. However, during the chase, the hosts were magnificent but were bundled out for 320 runs and lost the game by a narrow margin.

151(127) vs Sri Lanka, 2006, Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

The star cricketer’s second-best knock came against Sri Lanka during the final game of the VB series, which took place on February 12, 2006, in Sydney. The star cricketer hammered 151 runs from 127 balls, featuring 13 fours and three sixes, to guide his side to an amazing win. Speaking about the game here, Australia hammered 368/5 in the given 50 overs. However, during the chase, Sri Lanka were bundled out for just 210 runs and guided Ricky Ponting’s side to win the game by 167 runs.

143*(125) vs Pakistan, 2003, Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg (World Cup)

The stylish right-handed batter’s third-best ODI knock came during the fourth game of the 2003 World Cup against Pakistan, which took place on February 11 in Johannesburg. Notably, the great cricketer made an unbeaten 143 runs from 125 balls, featuring 18 fours and two sixes, to help his side win the game. Speaking about the game here, Australia made 310/8 in the given 50 overs. However, Pakistan was bundled out for 228 runs and guided the Aussies to win the game by 82 runs.

Meanwhile, Australia ended up being the winners of the marquee event after defeating Sourav Ganguly-led India in the final encounter.

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