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90 ODIs; 4,449 runs; 55.61 average; 90.00 strike rate
Incredibly, the first player in this Top 50 to have a ODI career strike rate of 90 or more also happens to be one of the least brutal of any on the list, which says a lot about how elegant South African Hashim Amla has gone about compiling almost 4,500 one-day runs since 2008.
And that’s with 434 fours in just 90 internationals to date, rather than using the long handle that many of his more powerful rivals on this list favour, while at the same time maintaining a stunning average (55.61) that befits the world’s current No. 1-ranked 50-over batsman.
Source : https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2177888-ranking-the-top-50-batsmen-in-odi-cricket-by-strike-rate