First female Indian cricketer completed her 20 years in international cricket
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First Indian female cricketer and fourth among all cricketers Mithali Raja has completed 20 years in international cricket. Mithali started her profession in cricket in 1999. In June 1999 she made her ODI debut for India against Ireland.

She is the first woman who has played the highest number of ODI. At the reliance stadium in Vadodara, she played her 205th ODI on Wednesday against South Africa.

India holds a place in the 2017 female world cup because of her struggle. Raj wanted to continue her profession until the 2021 world cup. She retired from T20 international to continue her ODI career.

At the world batting table, she is at the top. She has 703 ratings. Mithali is known for her scoring ability. Mithali a right-handed batsman who emerged as one of the best players in batting from the country not only in terms of technique but also in consistency. She has appeared as India’s most dependable player. Her calmness and patience made her dangerous when she was playing at the pitch.