James Anderson: James Anderson made history, made career best performance in an innings and also became ‘Hazari’, James Anderson registers career best performance in an innings and bags 1000 First class wickets
James Anderson takes his 1000th first class wicket (Lancashire Cricket Club)  |  Photo Credits: Twitter
- England’s great fast bowler James Anderson made another big record
- Anderson delivers his best bowling performance during a first-class cricket match in the County Championship
- The bowler who took the highest wicket for England again did wonders
James Anderson Record: The great pacer of the England cricket team, James Anderson, will undoubtedly turn 39 on July 30, but there has been no shortage of this player’s potential. He is still rocking the pitch like before and this journey continues record by record. The bowler, who took the most wickets for his country in Test cricket, achieved a special place in first-class cricket on Monday. Now he has become a ‘Hazari’ in first-class cricket.
career best performance
James Anderson made a historic performance against Kent Cricket Club while playing for Lancashire in the County Cricket Championship released in England on Monday. He showed the way to the pavilion to 7 batsmen, conceding only 19 runs in an innings. This is the best performance of his first-class cricketer career. Earlier, his record was 7 wickets for 42 runs, which he has now left behind.
Hazari was born in the 21st century and became a new record
Along with completing his 7 wickets in the match, James Anderson also completed 1000 wickets of his first-class career. His fifth wicket in this innings was his 1000th wicket. His 1000th victim became South African batsman Hino Kuhn. Although many players have taken 1000 wickets in first-class cricket, Anderson has become the first player to take more than 1000 wickets after being born in the 21st century. He became the second pacer for Lancashire Cricket Club after Ken Higgs in 1968 to take 1000 wickets.
Here is the video of that historic moment, ICC also appreciated
All out for 74
The brilliant bowling of James Anderson left the Kent Cricket Club batsmen completely battered. Anderson dismissed 7 Kent players in just 47 balls in this innings. He took the wickets of Jack Crawley, Jordan Cox, Ollie Robinson, Hino Kunh, Matt Milnes and Harry Podmore during this period. Anderson, who took more than five wickets in this match, has done wonders for the 51st time in his career by dismissing 5 or more players in an innings. England’s top bowler coming into form before the series against India is a warning for Team India.
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