Smriti Mandhana became the third Indian player to reach the milestone in women's ODIs during the second ODI against England in Canterbury.

Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli were the second and third fastest Indians to the milestone, respectively, and the newly-announced 100% Cricket Superstar Mandhana was the fastest Indian women's player.

Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli were the second and third fastest Indians to the milestone, respectively, and the newly-announced 100% Cricket Superstar Mandhana was the fastest Indian women's player.

Since making her ODI debut in 2013, the left-handed opener has amassed five hundred and 24 fifties.

She joins Mithali Raj and Harmanpreet Kaur as the third female Indian player to reach the 3,000-run milestone in the format.

Only two women's players—Belinda Clark (62 innings) and Meg Lanning—have reached the milestone sooner than Mandhana out of the 22 who have more than 3000 ODI runs (64 innings).

Only seven other women's batsmen have amassed more runs in ODIs since their debut than she has.

 In the cycle of the ICC Women's Championship, India is currently playing England in its second series.

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