List of fastest to reach multiples of 1000 runs in ODI cricket

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Sachin Tendulkar is the leading run-scorer and century maker in ODI cricket
Hashim Amla is the fastest to reach 2000,3000,4000,5000 and 6000 runs in ODI cricket
Vivian Richards is the fastest to reach 1000 runs in ODI cricket

This is a list of fastest to reach multiples of 1000 runs in ODI, that is records of batsman to get fastest multiples of 1000 runs in One Day International cricket.

Listing criteria

Listing is based on number of innings taken by batsman to get 1000s runs. The shortest time taken to get to 1000 runs is 242 days, by Yasir Hameed.

‡ indicates that batsman is currently playing in One Day International.

Fastest to reach 1000 runs

Player Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
West Indies Cricket BoardVivian Richards 22 21 EnglandEngland Sydney 22 January 1980
EnglandKevin Pietersen 27 21 IndiaIndia Faridabad 31 March 2006
EnglandJonathan Trott 21 21 Republic of IrelandIreland Bangalore 2 March 2011
South AfricaQuinton de Kock 21 21 ZimbabweZimbabwe Bulawayo 19 August 2014
West Indies Cricket BoardGordon Greenidge 23 23 EnglandEngland Leeds 28 May 1980
Last updated: 19 August 2014.[1]

Fastest to reach 2000 runs

Player Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
South AfricaHashim Amla 41 40 IndiaIndia Port Elizabeth 21 January 2011
PakistanZaheer Abbas 45 45 IndiaIndia Jaipur 2 October 1983
EnglandKevin Pietersen 51 45 West Indies Cricket BoardWest Indies Bridgetown 21 April 2007
EnglandJonathan Trott 49 47 AustraliaAustralia Chester-le-Street 27 August 2009
West Indies Cricket BoardVivian Richards 49 48 IndiaIndia The Oval 15 June 1983
Last updated:15 March 2015.[2]

Fastest to reach 3000 runs

Players Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
South AfricaHashim Amla 59 57 EnglandEngland Southampton 28 August 2012
West Indies Cricket BoardVivian Richards 74 69 EnglandEngland Manchester 31 May 1984
West Indies Cricket BoardGordon Greenidge 72 72 PakistanPakistan Peshawar 17 October 1986
South AfricaGary Kirsten 72 72 New ZealandNew Zealand Adelaide 6 December 1997
IndiaShikhar Dhawan 73 72 AustraliaAustralia Canberra 20 January 2016
Last updated:19 December 2013..[3]

Fastest to reach 4000 runs

Players Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
South AfricaHashim Amla 84 80 IndiaIndia Durban 8 December 2013
West Indies Cricket BoardVivian Richards 96 88 New ZealandNew Zealand Albion 14 April 1985
IndiaVirat Kohli 96 93 EnglandEngland Ranchi 19 January 2013
West Indies Cricket BoardGordon Greenidge 97 96 EnglandEngland Leeds 21 May 1988
West Indies Cricket BoardBrian Lara 101 100 New ZealandNew Zealand Port of Spain 30 March 1996
Last updated:21 December 2013..[4]

Fastest to reach 5000 runs

Players Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
South AfricaHashim Amla 104 101 West Indies Cricket BoardWest Indies Durban 16 January 2015
IndiaVirat Kohli 120 114 West Indies Cricket BoardWest Indies Kochi 21 November 2013
West Indies Cricket BoardVivian Richards 126 114 EnglandEngland Melbourne 30 January 1987
West Indies Cricket BoardBrian Lara 120 118 South AfricaSouth Africa Lahore 3 November 1997
West Indies Cricket BoardGordon Greenidge 122 121 PakistanPakistan Multan 13 November 1990
Last updated:21 December 2013..[5]

Fastest to reach 6000 runs

Players Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
South AfricaHashim Amla 126 123 IndiaIndia Mumbai 25 October 2015
IndiaVirat Kohli 144 136 Sri LankaSri Lanka Hyderabad 9 November 2014
West Indies Cricket BoardVivian Richards 156 141 PakistanPakistan Brisbane 7 January 1989
IndiaSourav Ganguly 152 147 ZimbabweZimbabwe Sharjah 26 October 2000
South AfricaAB De Villiers 153 147 PakistanPakistan Sharjah 11 November 2013
Last updated:25 October 2015.[6]

Fastest to reach 7000 runs

Players Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
IndiaVirat Kohli 169 161 AustraliaAustralia Melbourne 17 January 2016
South AfricaAB De Villiers 172 166 AustraliaAustralia Perth 14 November 2014
IndiaSourav Ganguly 180 174 KenyaKenya Paarl 24 October 2001
West Indies Cricket BoardBrian Lara 187 183 South AfricaSouth Africa St George's 6 May 2001
West Indies Cricket BoardDesmond Haynes 188 187 IndiaIndia Adelaide 14 December 1991
Last updated:17 January 2016.[7]

Fastest to reach 8000 runs

Players Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
South AfricaAB De Villiers 190 182 New ZealandNew Zealand Kingsmead, Durban 26 August 2015
IndiaSourav Ganguly 208 200 West Indies Cricket BoardWest Indies Nagpur 9 November 2002
IndiaSachin Tendulkar 217 210 PakistanPakistan Manchester 8 June 1999
West Indies Cricket BoardBrian Lara 216 211 AustraliaAustralia St George's 1 June 2003
IndiaMahendra Singh Dhoni 243 214 New ZealandNew Zealand Wellington 31 Jan 2014
Last updated: 11 November 2014.[8]

Fastest to reach 9000 runs

Players Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
IndiaSourav Ganguly 236 228 AustraliaAustralia Melbourne 9 January 2004
IndiaSachin Tendulkar 242 235 South AfricaSouth Africa Nagpur 19 March 2000
West Indies Cricket BoardBrian Lara 246 239 AustraliaAustralia Melbourne 14 January 2005
AustraliaRicky Ponting 248 242 South AfricaSouth Africa Port Elizabeth 5 March 2006
South AfricaJacques Kallis 256 242 EnglandEngland Bridgetown 17 April 2007
Last updated: 11 November 2014.[9]

Fastest to reach 10000 runs

Players Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
IndiaSachin Tendulkar 266 259 AustraliaAustralia Indore 31 March 2001
IndiaSourav Ganguly 272 263 Sri LankaSri Lanka Dambulla 3 August 2005
AustraliaRicky Ponting 272 266 South AfricaSouth Africa Basseterre 24 March 2007
South AfricaJacques Kallis 286 272 AustraliaAustralia Sydney 23 January 2009
West Indies Cricket BoardBrian Lara 287 278 PakistanPakistan Karachi 16 December 2006
Last updated: 11 November 2014.[10]

Fastest to reach 11000 runs

Player Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
IndiaSachin Tendulkar 284 276 EnglandEngland Kanpur 28 January 2002[11]
AustraliaRicky Ponting 295 286 IndiaIndia Sydney 24 February 2008[12][13]
IndiaSourav Ganguly 298 288 EnglandEngland Edgbaston 27 August 2007[14]
South AfricaJacques Kallis 307 293 PakistanPakistan Dubai 8 November 2010
Sri LankaKumar Sangakkara 340 318 BangladeshBangladesh Pallekele 28 March 2013
Last updated: 11 November 2014..[15]

Fastest to reach 12000 runs

Player Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
IndiaSachin Tendulkar 309 300 PakistanPakistan Centurion 1 March 2003
AustraliaRicky Ponting 323 314 EnglandEngland Centurion 02 October 2009
Sri LankaKumar Sangakkara 359 336 PakistanPakistan Dubai 20 December 2013
Sri LankaSanath Jayasuriya 390 379 AustraliaAustralia Bridgetown 28 April 2007
Sri LankaMahela Jayawardene 426 399 IndiaIndia Hyderabad 09 November 2014
Last updated:31 December 2013.[16]

Fastest to reach 13000 runs

Player Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
IndiaSachin Tendulkar 330 321 PakistanPakistan Rawalpindi 16 March 2004
AustraliaRicky Ponting 350 341 EnglandEngland The Oval 30 June 2010
Sri LankaKumar Sangakkara 386 363 EnglandEngland Hambantota 3 December 2014
Sri LankaSanath Jayasuriya 428 416 IndiaIndia Dambulla 28 January 2009
Last updated:9 December 2014..[17]

Fastest to reach 14000 runs

Player Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
IndiaSachin Tendulkar 359 350 PakistanPakistan Peshawar 6 February 2006
Sri LankaKumar Sangakkara 402 378 AustraliaAustralia Sydney 8 March 2015
Last updated:8 March 2015.[18]

Fastest to reach 15000 to 18000 runs

Player Runs Matches Innings Opponent Venue Date
IndiaSachin Tendulkar 15000 387 377 South AfricaSouth Africa Belfast 29 June 2007
16000 409 399 Sri LankaSri Lanka Brisbane 5 February 2008
17000 435 424 AustraliaAustralia Hyderabad 5 November 2009
18000 451 440 AustraliaAustralia Ahmedabad 24 March 2011
Last updated:31 December 2013.[19][20][21][22]

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