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|B Lee (Aus)||v Sri Lanka||Pallekele||10 Aug 2011||9 Jan 2000||11y 213d||202||ODI # 3175|
|Waqar Younis (Pak)||v Zimbabwe||Sharjah||31 Oct 2001||14 Oct 1989||12y 17d||218||ODI # 1770|
|M Muralitharan (SL)||v Australia||Colombo (SSC)||29 Feb 2004||12 Aug 1993||10y 201d||229||ODI # 2108|
|GD McGrath (Aus/ICC)||v New Zealand||Sydney||21 Jan 2007||9 Dec 1993||13y 43d||233||ODI # 2479|
|Wasim Akram (Pak)||v South Africa||East London||11 Apr 1998||23 Nov 1984||13y 139d||244||ODI # 1314|
|SM Pollock (Afr/ICC/SA)||v New Zealand||Mumbai (BS)||16 Oct 2006||9 Jan 1996||10y 280d||262||ODI # 2430|
|WPUJC Vaas (Asia/SL)||v Australia||Sydney||12 Feb 2006||15 Feb 1994||11y 362d||274||ODI # 2328|
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Records include the following recent matches:
Australia v Sri Lanka at The Oval, 12th match, Jun 17, 2013 [ODI # 3374]
England v New Zealand at Cardiff, 11th match, Jun 16, 2013 [ODI # 3373]
India v Pakistan at Birmingham, ICC Champions Trophy 10th match, Jun 15, 2013 [ODI # 3372]
Did you know?
MS Dhoni is the only wicketkeeper to lead in more than 50 one-day internationals - he has captained India in 138 ODIs. The next-best is Andy Flower with 46, while Kumar Sangakkara captained Sri Lanka in 45 ODIs.