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|GW Flower||84*||205||1||Zimbabwe||v England||Sydney||15 Dec 1994||ODI # 962|
|Saeed Anwar||103*||219||2||Pakistan||v Zimbabwe||Harare||22 Feb 1995||ODI # 980|
|NV Knight||125*||246||1||England||v Pakistan||Nottingham||1 Sep 1996||ODI # 1111|
|RD Jacobs||49*||110||1||West Indies||v Australia||Manchester||30 May 1999||ODI # 1470|
|DR Martyn||116*||191||1||Australia||v New Zealand||Auckland||3 Mar 2000||ODI # 1571|
|HH Gibbs||59*||101†||2||South Africa||v Pakistan||Sharjah||28 Mar 2000||ODI # 1582|
|AJ Stewart||100*||192||2||England||v West Indies||Nottingham||20 Jul 2000||ODI # 1618|
|Javed Omar||33*||103||2||Bangladesh||v Zimbabwe||Harare||8 Apr 2001||ODI # 1703|
|Azhar Ali||81*||199||2||Pakistan||v Sri Lanka||Colombo (RPS)||16 Jun 2012||ODI # 3275|
† indicates that not all 10 wickets fell in the innings
Carrying the bat is defined as an opener batting through the innings to remain as the not out batsman with the team all out. It does not apply to a team in ODIs batting the complete 50 overs with wickets still standing.
Records include the following recent matches:
Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne, ICC Cricket World Cup final, Mar 29, 2015 [ODI # 3646]
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]
Did you know?
Kumar Sangakkara is the first and only batsman to score four consecutive hundreds in ODIs. During the 2015 World Cup, he scored 105* against Bangladesh, 117* against England, 104 against Australia and 124 against Scotland in back-to-back matches.
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