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Man, today he just rocked the match, we can easily say he saved Pakistan, man he is great, love him.

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Yuvraj Singh 118 4/28 India v England Indore 17 Nov 2008

SR Tendulkar 141 4/38 India v Australia Dhaka 28 Oct 1998

SC Ganguly 130* 4/21 India v Sri Lanka Nagpur 22 Mar 1999

Shoaib Malik 118 4/19 Pakistan v Hong Kong Colombo (SSC) 18 Jul 2004

Others

VIV Richards 119 5/41 West Indies v New Zealand Dunedin 18 Mar 1987

NJ Astle 117 4/43 New Zealand v Pakistan Mohali 9 May 1997

ST Jayasuriya 122 4/39 Sri Lanka v Australia Sydney 9 Jan 2003

JF Kloppenburg 121 4/42 Netherlands v Namibia Bloemfontein 3 Mar 2003

CH Gayle 112* 4/24 West Indies v Zimbabwe Harare 30 Nov 2003

PD Collingwood 112* 6/31 England v Bangladesh Nottingham 21 Jun 2005

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Boom boom afridi. I am From mangalore(india) but he has large fan following here than any other cricketers. during summer season there cricket tournment on every sunday some times even saturday.In ground you can Find 2-3 cutout of afridi

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Harbhajan Scores 109 runs agains NZ & took 6 wckts in 69 runs (Test),& Sir Jadeja took 5 wckts in 23 runs & scores 73 against Austrailia

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best allrounder performances in one day cricket.
112 + 6/31 = Paul Collingwood, Eng v Bdesh, Trent Bridge, 21 June 2005.
141 + 4/38 = Sachin Tendulkar, India v Australia, Dhaka, 29 Oct 1998.
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+ 4/21 = Sourav Ganguly, India v Sri Lanka, Nagpur, 22 March 1999.
122 + 4/39 = Sanath Jayasuriya, SL v Australia, Sydney, 9 Jan 2003.
121 + 4/42 = Feiko Kloppenburg, Netherlands vs Namibia, 3 Mar 2003.
118 + 4/19 = Shoaib Malik, Pakistan v Hong Kong, Colombo, 18 Jul 2004.
118 + 4/28 = Yuvraj Singh, India v England, Indore, 17 November 2008.
117 + 4/43 = Nathan Astle, New Zealand v Pak, Mohali, 9 May 1997.
112* + 4/24 = Chris Gayle, West Indies v Zim, Harare, 30 nov 2003

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