Mithali Raj, the top run-scorer in women’s international cricket, is a former India captain. Mithali Raj announced her retirement from all forms of international cricket on Wednesday, bringing an end to a spectacular 23-year career in international cricket. During her lengthy career, the great batter scaled countless peaks. Here is Mithali Raj’s complete discography.

In women’s international cricket, she has the most runs.

In July 2021, Mithali Raj broke the record for most runs scored in women’s international cricket. Charlotte Edwards of England was one of the people she passed (10,273 runs). Edwards and Raj are the only two female cricketers to achieve the 10,000-run milestone.

In women’s One-Day Internationals, she is the leading run-scorer.

Mithali scored 7805 runs in 232 matches, the most in women’s one-day internationals. With a lifetime average of 50.68, she is the only player in the top seven with a score higher than 50. In women’s T20Is, her total of 2364 runs is the most for India.

Centurion with the second-youngest age

Mithali became the youngest centurion in women’s internationals when she got a century in her ODI debut at the age of 16 years and 205 days in 1999. Amy Hunter of Ireland broke the record on her 16th birthday in 2021.

The greatest amount of matches (ODIs)

Mithali Raj is one of just two players, along with long-time colleague Jhulan Goswami, to have played more than 200 ODIs, with 232 matches to her credit.

The majority of 50-plus scores

Mithali Raj has 71 half-centuries in ODIs and 17 half-centuries in T20Is. She has the most fifty-plus scores of any player in women’s international cricket, with 88. Double Centurion is put to the test. Mithali Raj has the second-highest personal best in women’s Tests, with a score of 214.

The most victories as captain

Mithali Raj has the most wins in women’s ODIs with 89 victories in 155 matches as captain. Captained the most World Cup cricket matches Mithali Raj holds the record for most ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup matches captained. In 28 matches, she was the captain of India.

(When using ICC inputs)