One of the biggest achievements for any cricketer to scale the 10000-run barrier in One-day International cricket.
Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar was the first batsman to score 10000 runs in ODI cricket, 30 years after its inception. But since then, there has been a plethora of batsmen who have breached the Mt.10000 barrier.
Here’s a look at 4 batsmen who can score 10000 ODI runs in the future:
Tamim Iqbal has every possible chance to become the first Bangladeshi cricketer to scale Mount.10000 runs in One-day Cricket.
Tamim, a swashbuckling opener, who made his debut way back in 2007, has played 207 ODIs in which he has racked up 7202 runs at an average of 36.74 with 47 half-centuries and 13 hundreds.
Tamim is only 31 years old and can play at least 5-6 years more of white-ball cricket. And, if he does manage to do that, then he would easily scale the 10000-run mark.