Best Bowling Figures in ODIs

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In the Final of Asia Cup 2023 at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on Sunday, the Indian fast bowlers Mohammed Siraj picked up six wickets by conceding just 21 runs in his seven overs, leading his side to seal the title for the eighth times.

In total Mohammed Siraj took 10 wickets in the Asia Cup 2023 with an average of 12.20, the second top wicket taker in the event after Sri Lanka’s Matheesha Pathirana who grabbed a total of 11 wickets.Best Bowling Figures in ODIs

   

Siraj’s six-wicket haul in the Final included four wickets taken by him in his second over.

In the match, the entire Sri Lankan team was bowled out for just 50 runs in 15.2 overs. Apart from Siraj, Hardik Pandya also took three wickets while Jasprit Bumrah secured one wicket.

India chased the target in 6.1 overs with 10 wickets in hand. Their openers and Ishan Kishan Shubman Gill scored unbeaten 23 and 27 runs respectively.

Here is a look at the best bowling figures in One Day Internationals (ODIs);

Best Bowling Figures in an Innings (ODI Matches)

  1. Chaminda Vaaas (Sri Lanka) – 8/19 vs Zimbabwe in 2001
  2. Shahid Afridi (Pakistan) – 7/12 vs Pakistan in 2013
  3. Glenn McGrath (Australia) – 7/15 vs Namibia in 2003
  4. Rashid Khan (Afghanistan) – 7/18 vs West Indies in 2017
  5. Andy Bichel (Australia) – 7/20 vs England in 2003
  6. Muthiah Muralidaran (Sri Lanka) – 7/30 vs India in 2000
  7. Ali Khan (USA) – 7/32 vs Jersey in 2013
  8. Tim Southee (New Zealand) – 7/33 vs England in 2015
  9. Trent Boult (New Zealand) – 7/34 vs West Indies in 2017
  10. Wapar Younis (Pakistan) – 7/36 vs England in 2001
  11. Aaqib Javed (Pakistan) – 7/37 vs India in 1991
  12. Imran Tahir (South Africa) – 7/45 vs West Indies in 2016
  13. Winston Davis (West Indies) – 7/51 vs Australia in 1983
  14. Stuart Binny (India) – 6/4 vs Bangladesh in 2014
  15. Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal) – 6/11 vs Papua New Guinea in 2021
  16. Anil Kumble (India) – 6/12 vs West Indies in 1993
  17. Ajantha Mendis (Sri Lanka) – 6/13 vs India in 2008
  18. Gary Gilmour (Australia) – 6/14 vs England in 1975
  19. Imran Khan (Pakistan) – 6/14 vs India in 1985
  20. Farveez Mahraoof (Sri Lanka) – 6/14 vs West Indies in 2006
  21. Colin Croft (West Indies) – 6/15 vs England in 1981
  22. Shoaib Akhtar (Pakistan) – 6/16 vs New Zealand in 2002
  23. Kagiso Rabada (South Africa) – 6/16 vs Bangladesh in 2015
  24. Sandeep Lamichahane (Nepal) – 6/16 vs USA in 2020
  25. Azhar Mahmood (Pakistan) – 6/18 vs West Indies in 1999
  26. Henry Olonga (Zimbabwe) – 6/19 vs England in 2000
  27. Shane Bond (New Zealand) – 6/19 vs India in 2005
  28. Jasprit Bumrah (india) – 6/19 vs England in 2022
  29. Bryan Strang (Zimbabwe) – 6/20 vs Bangladesh in 1997
  30. Angelo Mathews (Sri Lanka) – 6/20 vs India in 2009
  31. Mohammed Siraj (India) – 6/21 vs Sri Lanka in 2023
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