Highest run-scorer in international cricket History

Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is The Highest run-scorer in international cricket history.

Tendulkar was a former Opening Indian Right-handed batsman who was born on the 24th of April 1973 In Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra.

Sachin made his first international debut at the age of 16 in the year 1989 against Pakistan,

ICC Test Highest run-scorer in international cricket history

Played a total of 200 ICC Tests with 329 Innings and He Faced 29437 Balls And Scored a total of 15921 runs with an average of 53.79. in this test Innings, Sachin Scored 51 Centuries along with 6 Double Centuries, and 68 Fifties. The Highest Score is 248.

ODI Highest run-scorer in international cricket history

Tendulkar played a total of 463 ODI Matches. Scored a total of 18426 Runs In just 452 Innings with a Classy average batting of 44.83. He faced 21367 balls in those he 49 Centuries and 1 Double Century and 96 Fifties. Sachin holds the record of highest run-scorer in international cricket History in ICC Test as well as ODI cricket. Sachin was the first batsman in the history of cricket to score a double ton in the white ball game.

IPL History of Sachin Tendulkar.

Sachin Played a total of 78 matches and he scored 2334 Runs with an Average of 33.83 with 1 Century and 13 Half centuries and His Highest score is100.

Also, Sachin was a GOOD Bowler.

He Was a Good bowler in All format His Bowling stats were Quite Good enough. In a total of 200 Test Matches, he bowled in 145 innings and took 46 wickets with an economy of 3.53 and his Best Bowling in Innings was 3/10 and BBM Is 3/14 with 2492 Runs.

ODI Bowling Stats.

Sachin played 463 matches and Bowled in 270 innings and took 154 wickets with an economy of 5.1 and the Best Bowling in Innings was 5/32 and BBM is 5/32 with a total of 6850 Runs.

Training records.

He was trained under Ramakant Achrekar, During his school days. Then he shifted schools to be a part of the best teams in the city. Later Participated in the MRF Pace Foundation in Chennai to train as a fast bowler but on the advice of Dennis Lillee, Then He Left fast bowling to concentrate on his batting skills.