today we are going to tell you the Top 10 Highest Individual Scores in Asia Cup (ODI) History
The Asia Cup remains the most prestigious cricket tournament across the globe, a platform that has produced some of the most remarkable individual performances in the history of cricket.
Today we take a look at the notable areas in the history of the Asia Cup tournament, focusing on the highest individual scores achieved by batsmen. This compilation represents the best talent from Asian cricket giants over the years. Notable among these scores is the match-winning innings, where players can be seen single-handedly leading their team to victory.
Together, we embark on an exciting journey to highlight the top 10 highest scores in Asia Cup ODI editions, share the joy of discovering these extraordinary achievements and also provide key insights from the list.
Top 10 Highest Individual Scores in Asia Cup
|Virat Kohli (IND)||183 (148)||22/1||Pakistan||Mirpur||2012|
|Babar Azam (PAK)||151 (131)||14/4||Nepal||Multan||2023|
|Younis Khan (PAK)||144 (122)||8/3||Hong Kong||Colombo||2004|
|Mushfiqur Rahim (BAN)||144 (150)||11/4||Sri Lanka||Dubai||2018|
|Shoaib Malik (PAK)||143 (127)||18/1||India||Colombo||2004|
|Virat Kohli (IND)||136 (122)||16/2||Bangladesh||Fatullah||2014|
|Sourav Ganguly (IND)||135* (124)||6/7||Bangladesh||Dhaka||2000|
|Arjun Ranatunga (SL)||131* (152)||17/0||India||Colombo||1997|
|Sanath Jayasuriya (SL)||130 (132)||14/1||India||Colombo||2004|
|Sanath Jayasuriya (SL)||130 (88)||16/6||Bangladesh||Karachi||2008|
Key Insights of Top 10 Highest Individual Scores in Asia Cup
Of the top 10 highest individual scores in Asia Cup (ODI) history, 6 are by batsmen from India and Pakistan. This is not surprising as these two countries are the powerhouses of Asian cricket.
8 of the top 10 highest individual scores in Asia Cup (ODI) history have been achieved.
The most common ground for scores in the first 10 innings is Colombo, Sri Lanka (4 innings).
Most common opponent to score runs in top 10 innings is Bangladesh (3 innings).
Out of the above 10 batsmen, only 3 (Arjuna Ranatunga, Sourav Ganguly and Babar Azam) were captaining their teams when they played this particular innings.