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The fastest Indian player is a Shubman Grill. It scored 1000 runs in ODI cricket. While being pleasant, It took him only 1 year & 45 days to reach the 1000 run score.
The record for scoring the fastest 1000 runs in ODI cricket is the name of Fakhar Zaman in Pakistani Batsman. The opening batsman achieved the feat in only his 18th ODI, In 2018 side which came against a struggling Zimbabwe. Where he scored 85 off 83 balls.
Fakhar crossed the 500-run mark in his first 12 innings in ODI cricket, meaning it took him six more innings to cross the four-run mark. By the time he crossed the 1,000-run mark, he had six half-centuries, two centuries, and a double century to his name.
List of the Top 10 Players with the fastest 1000 runs in ODI cricket
|Fakhar Zaman||Pakistan||22 July, 2018||18||18||4021|
|Imam-ul-Haq||Pakistan||25 January 2023||19||19||4084|
|Shubman Gill||India||18 January, 2023||19||19||4507|
|Vivian Richards||West Indies||22 January, 1980||22||21||87|
|Kevin Pietersen||England||31 March, 2006||27||21||2358|
|Jonathan Trott||England||2 March, 2011||21||21||3114|
|Quinton de Kock||South Africa||19 August, 2014||21||21||3508|
|Babar Azam||Pakistan||19 January, 2017||21||21||3820|
|Rassie van der Dussen||South Africa||2 September, 2021||27||21||4314|
|Gordon Greenidge||West Indies||28 May, 1980||23||23||89|
|Ryan ten Doeschate||Netherlands||1 September, 2009||24||23||2881|
While India’s aggressive opener Shubman Gill features in the three top. Grill became the fastest Indian batsman to score 1000 ODI runs after scoring a double century in the first ODI against New Zealand in Hyderabad in January 2023.
In 2017, Fakhar Zaman made his ODI debut for Pakistan against South Africa. It took him just 3 innings to score two half-centuries. He left his mark on the international stage in just his fourth ODI for the national team.
In the ICC Championship Trophy 2017 final against India. He scored 114 off 106 balls as Pakistan scored 338/4 in the first innings.