The fastest ODI bowler to attain this feat is Australia’s Mitchell Starc.
The fastest ODI bowler to 200 wickets was Australia’s Mitchell Starc on Saturday. He achieved this feat against Zimbabwe in the third and final ODI, which Australia ultimately lost by three wickets. The left-arm seamer only took one wicket during the game. In the 37th over of the match, he finally got rid of Ryan Burl, earning him 200 ODI wickets overall.
Thus, Mitchell Starc surpassed Pakistani spinner Saqlain Mushtaq’s previous mark of 200 wickets in 102 games. In 104 games, Mushtaq has accomplished the feat.
Allan Donald of South Africa took 200 wickets in 117 games while Brett Lee took 200 in 112 games.
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) September 3, 2022
Zimbabwe defeated Australia by three wickets in the third one-day international in Townsville, shocking them when they were virtually at full strength.
Zimbabwe pulled in the target in the 39th over, sparking scenes of jubilation, and managed to overcome the cricketing titan for the first time in Australia. Leg-spinner Ryan Burl (5-10) contributed significantly to the hosts being defeated for just 141.
So to finish the three-game series, Zimbabwe won the third game.
Zimbabwe struggled to maintain a competitive edge in the first two games of their first series in Australia since 2004. They were soundly defeated on Wednesday, scoring just 96 runs.
Chakabva increased his confidence by winning the toss for the first time in the series. Then, he regularly employed his precision approach to destroy Australia’s subpar batting order.
Only two batsmen scored in double figures, and Australia’s innings, which lasted just 31 overs, was anchored by ace opener David Warner (94).
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