Records / One-Day Internationals / Bowling records / Most wickets taken caught by a fielder

Player Span Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave 5 caught % Wkts
M Muralitharan (Asia/ICC/SL) 1993-2011 350 18811 12326 534 7/30 23.08 10 246 46.06
SM Pollock (Afr/ICC/SA) 1996-2008 303 15712 9631 393 6/35 24.50 5 192 48.85
WPUJC Vaas (Asia/SL) 1994-2008 322 15775 11014 400 8/19 27.53 4 168 42.00
B Lee (Aus) 2000-2012 221 11185 8877 380 5/22 23.36 9 158 41.57
GD McGrath (Aus/ICC) 1993-2007 250 12970 8391 381 7/15 22.02 7 156 40.94
ST Jayasuriya (Asia/SL) 1989-2011 445 14874 11871 323 6/29 36.75 4 153 47.36
Saqlain Mushtaq (Pak) 1995-2003 169 8770 6275 288 5/20 21.78 6 149 51.73
Harbhajan Singh (Asia/India) 1998-2011 229 12059 8651 259 5/31 33.40 3 149 57.52
Shahid Afridi (Asia/ICC/Pak) 1996-2015 390 17268 13293 392 7/12 33.91 9 148 37.75
A Kumble (Asia/India) 1990-2007 271 14496 10412 337 6/12 30.89 2 147 43.62
J Srinath (India) 1991-2003 229 11935 8847 315 5/23 28.08 3 140 44.44
KD Mills (NZ) 2001-2015 170 8230 6485 240 5/25 27.02 1 139 57.91
JM Anderson (Eng) 2002-2015 188 9308 7616 264 5/23 28.84 2 138 52.27
Wasim Akram (Pak) 1984-2003 356 18186 11812 502 5/15 23.52 6 138 27.49
DL Vettori (ICC/NZ) 1997-2015 285 13545 9326 289 5/7 32.26 2 137 47.40
JH Kallis (Afr/ICC/SA) 1996-2014 328 10750 8680 273 5/30 31.79 2 136 49.81
M Ntini (ICC/SA) 1998-2009 173 8687 6559 266 6/22 24.65 4 135 50.75
CZ Harris (NZ) 1990-2004 250 10667 7613 203 5/42 37.50 1 130 64.03
AB Agarkar (India) 1998-2007 191 9484 8021 288 6/42 27.85 2 125 43.40
SK Warne (Aus/ICC) 1993-2005 194 10642 7541 293 5/33 25.73 1 124 42.32
AA Donald (SA) 1991-2003 164 8561 5926 272 6/23 21.78 2 123 45.22
Z Khan (Asia/India) 2000-2012 200 10097 8301 282 5/42 29.43 1 120 42.55
Waqar Younis (Pak) 1989-2003 262 12698 9919 416 7/36 23.84 13 113 27.16
MG Johnson (Aus) 2005-2015 145 7108 5712 224 6/31 25.50 3 104 46.42
L Klusener (SA) 1996-2004 171 7336 5751 192 6/49 29.95 6 104 54.16
N Kapil Dev (India) 1978-1994 225 11202 6945 253 5/43 27.45 1 103 40.71
BKV Prasad (India) 1994-2001 161 8129 6332 196 5/27 32.30 1 101 51.53
DJ Bravo (WI) 2004-2014 164 6511 5874 199 6/43 29.51 1 100 50.25
SR Waugh (Aus) 1986-2002 325 8883 6761 195 4/33 34.67 0 99 50.76
CEL Ambrose (WI) 1988-2000 176 9353 5429 225 5/17 24.12 4 98 43.55
Shoaib Akhtar (Asia/ICC/Pak) 1998-2011 163 7764 6169 247 6/16 24.97 4 97 39.27
D Gough (Eng/ICC) 1994-2006 159 8470 6209 235 5/44 26.42 2 96 40.85
Abdul Razzaq (Asia/Pak) 1996-2011 265 10941 8564 269 6/35 31.83 3 96 35.68
CJ McDermott (Aus) 1985-1996 138 7461 5018 203 5/44 24.71 1 95 46.79
SL Malinga (SL) 2004-2014 177 8479 7376 271 6/38 27.21 7 95 35.05
CA Walsh (WI) 1985-2000 205 10822 6918 227 5/1 30.47 1 95 41.85
NW Bracken (Aus) 2001-2009 116 5759 4240 174 5/47 24.36 2 94 54.02
CL Cairns (ICC/NZ) 1991-2006 215 8168 6594 201 5/42 32.80 1 90 44.77
SCJ Broad (Eng) 2006-2015 113 5729 5021 173 5/23 29.02 1 88 50.86
Mushtaq Ahmed (Pak) 1989-2003 144 7543 5361 161 5/36 33.29 1 87 54.03
SR Watson (Aus) 2002-2015 180 6250 5120 164 4/36 31.21 0 86 52.43
CL Hooper (WI) 1987-2003 227 9573 6958 193 4/34 36.05 0 85 44.04
IK Pathan (India) 2004-2012 120 5855 5142 173 5/27 29.72 2 84 48.55
JDP Oram (NZ) 2001-2012 160 6911 5047 173 5/26 29.17 2 84 48.55
HH Streak (Afr/Zim) 1993-2005 189 9468 7129 239 5/32 29.82 1 84 35.14
EJ Chatfield (NZ) 1979-1989 114 6065 3618 140 5/34 25.84 1 83 59.28
HDPK Dharmasena (SL) 1994-2004 141 7009 4998 138 4/37 36.21 0 83 60.14
CRD Fernando (Asia/SL) 2001-2012 147 6507 5648 187 6/27 30.20 1 81 43.31
Shakib Al Hasan (Ban) 2006-2014 141 7147 5082 182 4/16 27.92 0 81 44.50

Records include the following recent matches:
Australia v England at Perth, final, Feb 1, 2015 [ODI # 3597]
New Zealand v Pakistan at Wellington, 1st ODI, Jan 31, 2015 [ODI # 3596]
England v India at Perth, 6th match, Jan 30, 2015 [ODI # 3595]

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