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Top 10 Best Bowling Figures in ODI Debut Match - CricBuzzSat
Top 10 Best Bowling Figures in ODI Debut Match

Top 10 Best Bowling Figures in ODI Debut Match

In his first ODI, Uvais Karnain, a former Sri Lankan medium-pacer, took five wickets no doubt he have best Bowling Figures.

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Rabada made his debut in the first One-Day International (ODI)

The best bowling figures for an ODI debut belong to Kagiso Rabada, a fast bowler from South Africa. Rabada made his One-Day International (ODI) debut in 2015, when South Africa toured Bangladesh. In eight overs, he took six wickets for 16 runs. As Bangladesh chose to bat first, Rabada got off to a great start by getting rid of Tamim Iqbal (zero), Litton Das (zero), Mahmadullah (zero), and Soumya Sarkar (27). The right-arm pacer went on to dismiss Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza (4) and Jubair Hussain (5) to end the home team’s innings after 36.3 overs with a score of 160.

Despite Faf du Plessis’ unbeaten 63 off 75 balls and Rilee Rossouw’s unbeaten 45 off 53 balls, South Africa reached the target in 31.1 overs. The away team won by eight wickets. West Indies bowler Fidel Edwards is second on the list of bowlers who did the best in their first ODI. Against Zimbabwe in 2003, the right-handed fast bowler took six wickets for 22 runs.

Jan Frylinck, an all-rounder from Namibia

In the fourth one-day international (ODI) of the West Indies’ Zimbabwe tour, Wavell Hinds scored an unbeaten 127 runs to help the tourists reach 256/3 in 50 overs. When Zimbabwe batsmen tried to defend 257, Fidel Edwards scared them. The first four overs of his ODI career saw him dismiss Vusi Sibanda (7), Barney Rogers (0), Craig Wishart (0), Mark Vermeulen (6), and Stuart Matsikenyeri (6). His first ODI ended with six wickets after he dismissed Tatenda Taibu (66), the wicket-keeper batter. West Indies won the game by 72 runs using the D/L method.

Third on the list is Namibian all-rounder Jan Frylinck. Against Oman, he took five wickets for 13 runs during an ICC World Cricket League 2 match in Windhoek in 2019. Left-arm pacer Jan Frylinck helped Namibia win by 145 runs after scoring 226/7 in 50 overs. While defending a total of 227, Frylinck took out Khawar Ali (3), Aqib Ilyas (13), Zeeshan Maqsood (12), Suraj Kumar (27) and Fayyaz Butt (1). Uvais Karnain of Sri Lanka and Tony Dodemaide of Australia round out the top five bowlers who did their best in their first ODI.

Dodemaide took 5/21 with his right arm against Sri Lanka

Dodemaide took 5/21 with his right arm against Sri Lanka in Perth in 1988, and Karnain took 5/26 against New Zealand in Moratuwa in 1984. In Sri Lanka’s first ODI, Karnain, a right-handed medium-pace bowler, took five wickets. Fourteen bowlers have taken at least five wickets in their first ODI since then.

Best bowling figures on ODI debut

PlayerOversRunsWicketsTeamAgainstGroundYear
Kagiso Rabada8166South AfricaBangladeshMirpur2015
Fidel Edwards7226West IndiesZimbabweHarare2003
Jan Frylinck8135NamibiaOmanWindhoek2019
Tony Dodemaide7.2215AustraliaSri LankaPerth1988
Uvais Karnain8265Sri LankaNew ZealandMoratuwa1984
Austin Codrington9275CanadaBangladeshDurban2003
Taskin Ahmed8285BangladeshIndiaMirpur2014
Allan Donald8.4295South AfricaIndiaKolkata1991
Brian Vitori10305ZimbabweBangladeshHarare2011
Dasun Shanaka9435Sri LankaIrelandDublin2016
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