Cricketer Rahul Dravid’s achievements in the One Day International (ODI) format speak for themselves. Over a 15-year career in ODIs, he has played 343 matches since his debut against Sri Lanka in April 1996, notching up 10,820 runs, including 12 centuries and 82 half-centuries. His best year in ODIs was 2002, when he averaged 48.05— though in 1999 he scored six centuries, including his career best of 153 runs, and crossed the 50-runs mark eight times, racking up an average of 46.34.
Here’s a look at Dravid’s ODI career, which ends with the five-match series currently on in England.
Graphic by Manoj Madhavan/Mint