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ODI World Record: Bas de Leede Concedes Most Runs In An ODI Innings

At the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2023, Bas de Leede finished the game against Australia by breaking the ODI record for most conceded runs in an innings.

Sandipan Ghosh
Last updated: 26.10.2023
Bas de Leede Concedes Most Runs In An ODI Innings

During the Australia vs Netherlands match at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, while Australia hammered Netherlands bowlers, especially in the slog overs, the Dutch bowler Bas de Leede had a horrible day with the ball. De Leede finished the game by breaking the ODI record for most conceded runs in an innings.

After winning the toss, Australia chose to bat first and scored 399/8 in 50 overs. The opener David Warner scored 104 runs in 93 balls, Glenn Maxwell recorded the fastest ODI World Cup century (106 in 44 balls), and Steven Smith (71 in 68 balls) and Marnus Labuschagne (62 in 47 balls) both scored two solid half-centuries.


Bas de Leede conceded 115 runs; the most conceded runs in an ODI innings

During that first innings, while the Dutch right-arm pacer Logan van Beek had the bowling figures of 10-0-74-4, the right-arm pacer Bas de Leede finished with the bowling figures of 10-0-115-2. Although De Leede dismissed Labuschagne and Josh Inglis, he was brutally thrashed in the slog overs.

In the 49th over of that innings, which was De Leede’s final over, the Dutch bowler conceded 28 runs, including three sixes, two fours, and one free-hit.

Before De Leede’s horrific bowling performance, Australian bowlers Mick Lewis and Adam Zampa jointly held the record for the most conceded runs in an ODI innings. Lewis and Zampa both conceded 113 runs each in an ODI innings.

Most expensive bowling figures in an ODI innings


Player (Team)

Bowling figures

Opposition

Venue

Date

Bas de Leede (Netherlands)

10-0-115-2

Australia

Delhi

October 25, 2023

Mick Lewis

(Australia)

10-0-113-0

South Africa

Johannesburg

March 12, 2006

Adam Zampa

(Australia)

10-0-113-0

South Africa

Centurion

September 15, 2023

Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)

9-0-110-0

England

Nottingham

August 30, 2016

Wahab Riaz

(Pakistan)

10-0-110-0

England

Manchester

June 18, 2019

(Updated till October 25, 2023)

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