Top 10 Most Wickets in ODI Debut Match

ODI Debut Match: A cricketer’s first game is a big deal because it is the first step in building his career. If he does well in his first game, it could lead to more chances for him. In this way, a bowler’s career is set up for future success if he or she gets the most wickets in their first game.

In this article, we talked about the five bowlers who took the most wickets in their ODI Debut Match.

Players who took most wickets on their ODI Debut Match

Mustafizur Rahman:

At the start of his international career, Mustafizur Rahman, a fast bowler from Bangladesh, did well by bowling off cutters. In 2015, he played his first ODI series against India, which turned out to be a turning point in his life. During the whole series, he made life hard for players like Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan, and MS Dhoni.

In the first ODI, he took five wickets, including Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja, and Ravichandran Ashwin, and gave up 50 runs in 10 overs. Rahman became the tenth bowler in the history of ODIs to take five wickets in their first game. He was also named Player of the Series because he had a record thirteen wickets in that series.

Alland Donald:

Allan Donald was a right-arm fast bowler who used to play for South Africa. He was the first Proteas player to get 300 Test wickets. He was great at one-day international (ODI) cricket. In 164 games, he took 272 wickets and led the attack for the best white-ball team of their time.

Allan Donald was a fast bowler from the same time as Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Courtney Walsh, and Curtly Ambrose. On November 10, 1991, he played his first ODI for his country against India at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. In his first game, he beat the Indian batting order by getting 5 wickets for 29 runs. Only Sachin Tendulkar, who was only a teenager at the time, managed to stay alive while he was bowling.

Taskin Ahmed:

During his time as a U-19 player, Taskin Ahmed got everyone’s attention when a video of him bowling against England went viral on social media. In 2014, he was asked to play for his country. His first ODI was against India in the second game of a three-game series.

At Dhaka, Taskin destroyed the top order of the Indian team with a powerful spell of 8-0-28-5. The match was cut short by rain, and India fell like a deck of cards. To accomplish this, the right-handed pacer got rid of Robin Uthappa, Ambati Rayudu, Cheteshwar Pujara, Amit Mishra, and Stuart Binny. But his work was for nothing because India won the game by 47 runs.

Fidel Edwards:

Fidel Edwards, a veteran cricket player from the West Indies, had a dream start to his career. He had great speed, and the fact that he could swing the ball away from the batter made him stand out from the other bowlers.

Brian Lara, a great player for the West Indies, was the first person to notice how good he was, and he was called up to the national team in 2003. In 2003, Edwards played his first ODI at the Harare ground against Zimbabwe. In this game, the fast bowler got six wickets while only letting 22 runs through in 7 overs. He may have gotten off to one of the best starts of any player. He kept getting hurt, so he couldn’t be consistent.

Kagiso Rabada:

When Kagiso Rabada joined the national team in 2015, it was a big deal for the team and for the future of South African fast bowling. In a short time, he has become the best bowler for his country.

Rabada played his first ODI for South Africa on July 10, 2015, against Bangladesh. In this game, he took 6 wickets, including a hat-trick, while giving up only 16 runs in 8 overs. He also became the second player, after Taijul Islam, to get a hat-trick on his ODI debut.

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