Player Span Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave 5 stumped % Wkts
M Muralitharan (Asia/ICC/SL) 1992-2011 495 63132 30803 1347 9/51 22.86 77 104 7.72
SK Warne (Aus/ICC) 1992-2007 339 51347 25536 1001 8/71 25.51 38 86 8.59
Harbhajan Singh (Asia/India) 1998-2013 355 40892 22596 694 8/84 32.55 28 53 7.63
Saeed Ajmal (Pak) 2008-2014 209 18887 10553 446 7/55 23.66 12 52 11.65
A Kumble (Asia/India) 1990-2008 403 55346 28767 956 10/74 30.09 37 50 5.23
ST Jayasuriya (Asia/SL) 1989-2011 586 23433 15693 440 6/29 35.66 6 49 11.13
Saqlain Mushtaq (Pak) 1995-2004 218 22840 12481 496 8/164 25.16 19 48 9.67
Abdul Qadir (Pak) 1977-1993 171 22226 11196 368 9/56 30.42 17 35 9.51
CL Hooper (WI) 1987-2003 329 23367 12593 307 5/26 41.01 4 34 11.07
DL Vettori (ICC/NZ) 1997-2015 441 43631 22838 705 7/87 32.39 22 34 4.82
Mushtaq Ahmed (Pak) 1989-2003 196 20075 11461 346 7/56 33.12 11 32 9.24
Shahid Afridi (Asia/ICC/Pak) 1996-2015 502 22546 17159 524 7/12 32.74 10 32 6.10
HMRKB Herath (SL) 1999-2015 138 20239 10253 347 9/127 29.54 22 31 8.93
GP Swann (Eng) 2000-2013 178 19968 11389 410 6/65 27.77 18 29 7.07
Abdur Razzak (Ban) 2004-2014 199 11512 8453 274 5/29 30.85 4 28 10.21
CV Grimmett (Aus) 1925-1936 37 14513 5231 216 7/40 24.21 21 28 12.96
RJ Shastri (India) 1981-1992 230 22364 10835 280 5/15 38.69 3 28 10.00
Shakib Al Hasan (Ban) 2006-2015 219 17333 10615 374 7/36 28.38 14 26 6.95
UDU Chandana (SL) 1994-2007 163 8827 6353 188 6/179 33.79 4 24 12.76
SR Tendulkar (India) 1989-2013 664 12309 9354 201 5/32 46.53 2 23 11.44
Shoaib Malik (Pak) 1999-2014 307 9321 6774 178 4/19 38.05 0 21 11.79
BAW Mendis (SL) 2008-2014 141 9625 6520 284 6/8 22.95 9 21 7.39
Danish Kaneria (Pak) 2000-2010 79 18551 9765 276 7/77 35.38 15 21 7.60
Aamer Sohail (Pak) 1990-2000 203 7219 4752 110 4/22 43.20 0 20 18.18
SP Gupte (India) 1951-1961 36 11284 4403 149 9/102 29.55 12 20 13.42
R Ashwin (India) 2010-2015 146 13209 8629 277 7/103 31.15 9 20 7.22

Records include the following recent matches:
Australia v India at Sydney, ICC Cricket World Cup 2nd semi final, Mar 26, 2015 [ODI # 3645]
New Zealand v South Africa at Auckland, ICC Cricket World Cup 1st semi final, Mar 24, 2015 [ODI # 3644]
New Zealand v West Indies at Wellington, ICC Cricket World Cup 4th quarter final, Mar 21, 2015 [ODI # 3643]

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