India’s Rahul Dravid became the only eighth player in history of one-day international cricket to appear in 300 or more matches. He achieved this feat in the last league match of the Champions Trophy against Australia at Mohali. Dravid made his one-day international debut against Sri Lanka at Singapore on April 3, 1996. He took 10 years and 208 days to reach this landmark. The accompanying table has the complete details.
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