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Mithali Raj becomes first woman cricketer to complete 20 years in ODI

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Mithali Raj becomes first woman cricketer to complete 20 years in ODI

Mithali Raj becomes first woman cricketer to complete 20 years in ODI

09 October 2019 Current Affairs: Indian cricketer and the former captain of the Indian women's national cricket team Mithali Raj completed 20 years in international cricket on 8 October 2019. She became the first-ever woman cricketer to achieve the milestone. She achieved this feat in the first One-day International (ODI) against South Africa at the Reliance Stadium in Vadodara, Gujarat.

Mithali Raj:
Mithali Raj is the current captain of the ODI side. She made her international debut against Ireland on 26 June 1999. The 36-year-old holds the record for playing the maximum number of ODIs in women's cricket. She has played 204 ODIs so far. She is followed by England's Charlotte Edwards, Jhulan Goswami of India, Alex Blackwell of Australia. The right-handed batter has represented India in 10 Tests and 89 T20Is as well. In September, Mithali retired from T20I cricket.
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