Agarkar played 26 Tests, 191 One-Day Internationals and four Twenty20 Internationals between 1998 and 2007
Agarkar broke Dennis Lillee's world record for the fastest 50 wickets in ODIs, achieving the feat in only 23 matches. He was a part of India's 1999 and 2007 ICC World Cup campaign and was a member of the 2003 team. Agarkar also was a part of the 2007 World Twenty20 squad that India won.
Agarkar played 26 Tests, 191 One-Day Internationals and four Twenty20 Internationals between 1998 and 2007. With 288 scalps to his name, Agarkar is the third highest wicket-taker for India in ODIs, and apart from making a Test century at Lord’s in 2002, set up India’s victory over Australia in Adelaide on the 2003-04 tour with Test best figures of 6 for 41.
In 110 first-class games, he picked up 299 wickets at 30.69, while making 3336 runs at 28.75 including four centuries. He also had a whopping 420 wickets from 270 List A games with a best of 6 for 18 and at an economy of 4.94, while also playing 62 Twenty20 matches.