Fleming became the first to captain in 200 ODIs

Stephen Fleming became the first captain in the annals of ODI’s to stand in 200 ODI’s when he captained New Zealand in their clash in the Common Wealth tri-series against Australia at Sydney on January 21. Fleming took 9 years and 303 days to reach this milestone. During the ongoing series he also became the first captain to be on the losing side on 100 or more occasions. The accompanying table has the details.

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Written by Muhammad Asim on January 31st, 2007 with 13 Views

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