Records / One-Day Internationals / Bowling records / Fastest to 350 wickets

Player Opposition Ground Match Date Debut Time Mat Scorecard
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

Time is based on the start of the debut match and the start of the match in which the milestone was achieved
Bowlers within a maximum of 350 matches shown

Records include the following recent matches:
Zimbabwe v Afghanistan at Bulawayo, 4th ODI, Jul 24, 2014 [ODI # 3506]
Zimbabwe v Afghanistan at Bulawayo, 3rd ODI, Jul 22, 2014 [ODI # 3505]
Zimbabwe v Afghanistan at Bulawayo, 2nd ODI, Jul 20, 2014 [ODI # 3504]

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