It is very difficult for batsmen to score a century in ODI cricket. But when the batsmen reach close to their century, it is often seen that they start batting slowly, so that they can complete their century. But if the batsman still misses 1 run from scoring a century, then it would have hurt him very much. In the history of ODI cricket, many batsmen have been dismissed on a personal score of 99 runs. Today we are telling you about the batsmen of the world with whom this incident has happened the most times.
Geoffrey Boycott is the legendary batsman of England, who was dismissed for the first time in ODIs for 99 runs. For the first time in 1974, he got out on a score of 99. After this, he returned unbeaten on 99 and then got out for 99 in a match. That is, this incident happened to him three times.
Sachin Tendulkar is the legendary batsman of India and comes second in this list. Sachin got out 3 times in his ODI career on a score of 99. Whereas 17 times he got out between 90 and 99 runs.
Misbah Ul Haq
Former Pakistan batsman Misbah-ul-Haq comes at number three in this list. He returned to the pavilion on the score of 99 runs 3 times in his ODI career. Once he was unbeaten on 99, while the whole team was done.
Batsmen like Virender Sehwag, Alex Hales, Sanath Jayasuriya and Dean Jones also come in this list, who returned to the pavilion on the score of 99 runs twice in their ODI career.