Records / One-Day Internationals / Batting records / Carrying bat through a completed innings

Player Runs Total Inns Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
GW Flower 84* 205 1 Zimbabwe v England Sydney 15 Dec 1994 ODI # 962
Saeed Anwar 103* 219 2 Pakistan v Zimbabwe Harare 22 Feb 1995 ODI # 980
NV Knight 125* 246 1 England v Pakistan Nottingham 1 Sep 1996 ODI # 1111
RD Jacobs 49* 110 1 West Indies v Australia Manchester 30 May 1999 ODI # 1470
DR Martyn 116* 191 1 Australia v New Zealand Auckland 3 Mar 2000 ODI # 1571
HH Gibbs 59* 101† 2 South Africa v Pakistan Sharjah 28 Mar 2000 ODI # 1582
AJ Stewart 100* 192 2 England v West Indies Nottingham 20 Jul 2000 ODI # 1618
Javed Omar 33* 103 2 Bangladesh v Zimbabwe Harare 8 Apr 2001 ODI # 1703
Azhar Ali 81* 199 2 Pakistan v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 16 Jun 2012 ODI # 3275

† indicates that not all 10 wickets fell in the innings

Carrying the bat is defined as an opener batting through the innings to remain as the not out batsman with the team all out. It does not apply to a team in ODIs batting the complete 50 overs with wickets still standing.

Records include the following recent matches:
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Chittagong, 1st ODI, Nov 21, 2014 [ODI # 3550]
Australia v South Africa at Melbourne, 4th ODI, Nov 21, 2014 [ODI # 3549]
Australia v South Africa at Canberra, 3rd ODI, Nov 19, 2014 [ODI # 3548]

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Gordon Greenidge is the only opening batsman to have been dismissed in the 90s in both innings of a Test match. Incidentally, this has happened to him on two occasions, versus Pakistan in 1977 and against New Zealand in 1980.

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