Pakistan’s medium-fast bowler, Hasan Ali, completed 100 One-Day International wickets during the World Cup match against New Zealand in Bangalore.
The 29-year-old fast bowler dismissed New Zealand’s opener, Devon Conway, for 35 runs in the 11th over of the innings, marking his 66th match as a significant milestone.
Hasan Ali becomes Pakistan’s 22nd bowler to take 100 or more One-Day International wickets, with the legendary left-arm bowler, Wasim Akram, having taken 502 wickets in 356 matches.
Shahin Shah Afridi also achieved 100 wickets for Pakistan in their last match against Bangladesh in Kolkata.
It’s worth noting that Nepal’s Sandeep Lamichhane achieved 100 wickets in 42 matches, while Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan accomplished this milestone in 44 matches.
Fastest to 100 One-Day International Wickets (Pacer):
51 – Shahin Shah Afridi (Pakistan)
52 – Mitchell Starc (Australia)
54 – Shane Bond (New Zealand)
54 – Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh)
55 – Brett Lee (Australia)