Cheers and applauds for the Indian woman cricket team echoed in a stadium at Bristol.
Legend Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli joined the chorus of top Indian cricketers in congratulating Mithali Raj on fabulous achievement and making the nation proud. The responsibility has seen her rake up 6,028 runs from 183 matches at an average of 51.52.
But Mithali, who had to choose between classical dance and cricket, preferred the latter and clearly has no regrets now.
Mithali broke the record of England's Charlotte Edwards who scored 5992 runs in 191 matches at an average of 38.16 including nine centuries and 46 half-centuries.
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- Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir)Mithali Raj becomes the first to 6000 runs in women's ODIs! Overall, she has been not out 47 times, which is 15 more than any other player in women's ODIs. She is still the youngest to slam a ton on her debut and youngest ever ODI centurion. Only recently, she became the first batter to slam seven consecutive ODI fifties. "I always look for improvements in my game and scoring runs gives me a high", the unassuming Hyderabadi dwells on her run-scoring spree. I thought the last game was a good experience for our group to play under that kind of pressure. Rolton scored the highest test score of 209 (not out).
She tops the woman's batting table with 703 ratings. Raut brought up her century with a single to the leg side, celebrating with a leap halfway through her run, and Harmanpreet Kaur got down on one knee to smash a six over mid-wicket. Though India have stumbled after a bright start to their Women's World Cup campaign, the team has the ability to bounce back.
Mithali was conferred with the Arjuna Award in 2003 and the Padma Shree in 2015.
"We've had a chance to learn from that and we will be better for the next game".