Top 5 Highest Individual Scores in Asia Cup (ODIs)

Asia Cup Highest Scores: Asia Cup has seen some of the most brilliant individual knocks in history. Here are the top 5 highest individual scores in Asia Cup’s ODI format!

#5 – Virat Kohli (IND)

India’s Test captain appears twice on this list. He scored a brilliant 136 off 122 balls against Bangladesh in 2014 Asia Cup.

#4 – Shoaib Malik (PAK)

Malik is a true veteran of the game, and has been around for more than 20 years now. In Asia Cup 2004, he scored a belligerent 143 off just 127 balls to hand his team victory over arch-rivals India.

#3 – Mushfiqur Rahim (BAN)

Rahim scored 144 off 150 balls against Sri Lanka, which helped in a massive win over them by 137 runs. This knock came in the Asia Cup 2018.

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#2 – Younis Khan (PAK)

Younis was a legendary batter for Pakistan. He scored 144 off just 122 balls against Hong Kong in the 2004 Asia Cup.

#1 – Virat Kohli (IND)

Kohli scored a whopping 183 off just 148 balls to help India chase down a mammoth target of 329 against arch-rivals Pakistan! This knock came in Asia Cup 2012

This is Kohli’s career-best ODI score, and without a doubt is the highest score in Asia Cup’s ODI format!

So these are the top 5 highest individual scores in Asia Cup ODIs!

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