Smriti Mandhana, an Indian cricketer who plays for the Indian Women's National team, has become the second-fastest Indian to score 2000 runs in One Day Internationals. The left-handed batswoman achieved the feat in the third ODI against West Indies.
Mandhana scored 74 runs in 63 balls and stitched a 141-run opening partnership with Jemimah Rodriguez which helped the Indian Women's National team to chase down the 195 run target set by the West Indies with ease, thereby clinching the ODI series 2-1.
Shikhar Dhawan is the fastest Indian to score 2,000 runs in 50-overs cricket. He achieved the feat in just 48 innings while Mandhana took 51 innings to reach the 2000 ODI run mark, leaving Indian National Cricket team skipper Virat Kohli behind, who scored 2000 runs in 53 innings.