Triple century in ODI cricket, it is unbelievable but true. The mind wanders. Of course, whatever the tournament has been, it should not get recognition from the ICC and the domestic cricket board. But it is not easy for a single batsman to score a triple century in a 50-over game. But 21-year-old Karnataka batsman Luvnith Sisodia did this feat easily.
Karnataka’s left-handed batsman Luvnith has scripted his triple century in his one-day tournament. The highest score in ODIs is 264 runs, which was scored by Rohit Sharma against Sri Lanka. Of course, this cannot be compared to the triple century of Luvnith Sisodia. The pressure of a local tournament and international cricket is different. There is a difference in its quality. However, the fire would have been the same in both innings.
Lavith Sisodia played 312 runs at a strike rate of over 200 from just 129 balls while playing in a corporate ODI match. His innings included more than 2 dozen sixes and fours. If he hit 26 sixes, he hit the same number of fours. In this match, every bowler appeared in front of them asking for water.