Stats Analysis

Chamari Atapattu's one-woman effort

All the records Chamari Atapattu broke on her way to scoring 178* off 143 balls against Australia women in Bristol

Bharath Seervi
ESPNcricinfo Ltd

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178* Chamari Atapattu's score - the third-highest in the history of Women's ODIs. Australia's Belinda Clark occupies the top spot with unbeaten 229 against Denmark Women in the 1997 Women's World Cup. Last month India's Deepti Sharma had scored 188 against Ireland Women.
69.26% Percentage of Sri Lanka's runs that came from Atapattu's bat - the highest, by a distance, in a completed innings in Women's ODIs. The previous record was 61.94% by Lynne Thomas for an International XI against India in 1982.
60 (157) Combined score of Sri Lanka's other 10 batsmen. Between them, they only hit five fours and no sixes. Apatattu scored 178 off 143 with 22 fours and six sixes. The second-highest scorer was Shashikala Siriwardene with 24. None of the other 10 players managed a strike rate of even 70.
124 Runs scored by Atapattu in boundaries - the most in an innings in Women's ODIs. She bettered Deepti Sharma's 120 runs in her knock of 188.
3 Centuries by Atapattu in Women's ODIs. No other Sri Lanka players has scored a hundred. She also has a 99, and thus the top four scores for Sri Lanka in Women's ODIs.
1 Bigger totals for Sri Lanka in Women's ODIs than their 257 for 9 in this game. In the 2013 Women's World Cup they scored 282 for 5 against India Women at the Brabourne Stadium.
1973 The last and only time any team made a bigger total against Australia in a Women's World Cup match. England scored 279 for 3 at Edgbaston in the first edition of the tournament.

Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath