Ben Stokes scored 182 in the third ODI between England and New Zealand at The Oval. He faced 124 balls and hit 15 fours and 9 sixes.
He now has the highest individual score by an England player in ODI history. .
The southpaw had announced retirement from one-day internationals, citing lack of interest and workload management, but took his decision back ahead of the ICC World Cup 2023 in India.
When asked about it after the Ashes 2023 against Australia, he had refused to play the fifty-over format but was later convinced by white-ball captain Jos Buttler just ahead of a one-day international against the Kiwis.