From Bhuvnehswar to Rashid Khan; When a Bowler conceded 100 or more Runs in ODIs: A Complete List

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The
28-year-old
bowler
came
into
the
side
for
Henry
Shipley
and
didn’t
have
the
best
of
outings
with
the
ball.

He
was
taken
apart
by
the
Indian
batters
from
the
start
as
Rohit
Sharma
and
Shubman
Gill
launched
a
scathing
attack.

Jacob
Duffy
concedes
100
Runs
against
India:

The
bowler
ended
up
conceding
100
runs
in
his
allotted
10
overs,
which
has
only
happened
for
the
15th
time
in
the
history
of
ODI
cricket.
He
also
became
the
3rd
Kiwi
bowler
to
concede
100
runs
in
an
ODI
match.

Duffy
conceded
15
runs
in
his
last
over
as
Hardik
Pandya
went
berserk
on
him
in
the
49th
over
of
the
Indian
inning.
Although
the
Kiwi
pacer
picked
up
3
wickets,
this
is
a
milestone
that
he
won’t
be
proud
of.

But
one
thing
for
his
respite,
this
is
the
first
time
a
bowler
has
picked
up
3
wickets
despite
conceding
100+
runs.

Most
Runs
Conceded
by
a
Bowler
in
an
ODI:

Although
Duffy
went
for
plenty,
this
is
not
the
most
amount
of
runs
a
bowler
has
given
away
in
an
ODI
match.

Australia’s
Michael
Lewis
holds
the
humbling
record
of
conceding
the
most
runs,
when
he
was
taken
for
113
runs
in
an
ODI
match
against
South
Africa
in
2006.
The
Aussie
bowler
had
a
bad
outing
in
Johannesburg
on
that
day.

India
Bowler
conceding
100+
Runs
in
ODIs:

India
also
have
their
share
of
personnel
on
the
list.
Bhuvneshwar
Kumar
holds
the
record
of
conceding
the
most
runs
in
ODIs
when
106
runs
were
taken
off
his
bowling
by
the
Proteas
batters
in
Mumbai.
Also,
Vinay
Kumar
is
another
Indian
bowler
who
conceded
100+
runs,
against
Australia
back
in
2013.

Full
List
of
Bowlers
conceding
100+
Runs
in
ODIs:

Rank Player
(Country)
Over Runs Wickets Opponent Year
1. Michael
Lewis
(AUS)
10 113 0 South
Africa
2006
2. Wahab
Riaz
(PAK)
10 110 0 England 2016
3. Rashid
Khan
(AFG)
9 110 0 England 2019
4. Phillippe
Boissevain
(NED)
10 108 0 England 2022
5. Bhuvneshwar
Kumar
(IND)
10 106 1 South
Africa
2015
6. Nuwan
Pradeep
(SL)
10 106 0 India 2017
7. Martin
Snedden
(NZ)
12 105 2 England 1983
8. Tim
Southee
(NZ)
10 105 0 India 2009
9. Brian
Vitori
(ZIM)
9 105 1 New
Zealand
2012
10. Jason
Holder
(WI)
10 104 1 South
Africa
2015
11. Vinay
Kumar
(IND)
9 102 1 Australia 2013
12. Dawlat
Zadran
(AFG)
10 101 2 Australia 2015
13. Hassan
Ali
(PAK)
9 100 2 Australia 2017
14. Andrew
Tye
(AUS)
9 100 0 England 2018
15. Jacob
Duffy
(NZ)
10 100 3 India 2023

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