It is a famous saying that batsmen win you games whereas bowlers win you the tournament. The bowlers have always played a key role in the success of the team. Crucial wickets at the crucial time of the game can be a difference between a win and a loss. Thus, the bowlers have been instrumental in the success of their respective teams.
Subsequently, we take a look at the top 10 bowlers who have conceded most runs in their ODI career. In fact, it should be clear that these veteran bowlers have played for a long time and it is natural that they have conceded most runs in their big career.
Here are the ten bowlers who have conceded most runs in their ODI career.
10. Shaun Pollock
Former South African captain Shaun Pollock had a glorious career for the Proteas. In fact, Pollock had the skills to move the ball in the initial overs and he would be accurate with his line and length, which helped him reap fruits. The medium-fast bowler conceded 9631 runs in the 303 One Day Internationals.
Pollock scalped 393 wickets at an average of 24.50. The former Proteas skipper bowled with an impressive economy rate of 3.67. Pollock had the best bowling figures of 6-35 in his ODI career.