Even though the Indian team suffered a 66-run defeat in the first ODI against Australia in Sydney, all-rounder Hardik Pandya managed to record a record in his name.
After a year and a half, Hardik Pandya, who came out to play international ODI, played a stormy 90's innings with a great performance with the bat. Through these innings, he completed his one thousand runs in ODIs. With this, he became the fastest Indian player to achieve this feat.
In this case, he left behind Kedar Jadhav. Hardik Pandya completed his one thousand runs in only 857 balls. The world record, in this case, is named after West Indies star all-rounder Andre Russell. He had completed one thousand runs in ODIs in only 767 balls.