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- England’s great pacer James Anderson sets another new test record
- Breaking a special record of great former Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan
- Such a record is rare in Test cricket against India.
England cricket team’s great fast bowler James Anderson (James Anderson) Now every next day when he comes on the field, he returns to the pavilion only after making some new record. He is at that point in his career where every next success of his is turning into a record. The pacer, who took the highest wicket in England’s cricket history, won against India at Lord’s Cricket Ground on Thursday. (Lord’s cricket ground) But also made a special record in his name. This time he played the great Muttiah Muralitharan. (Muttiah Muralitharan) record has been broken.
James Anderson took two wickets on the first day of the India-England second Test match that began at the Lord’s Ground in London. He first bowled Indian opener Rohit Sharma on a brilliant ball, while Cheteshwar Pujara got his second wicket caught by Jonny Bairstow. Pujara’s wicket is the 623th wicket of his career.
James Anderson also made a special record after taking the wicket of Cheteshwar Pujara. Anderson has now become the highest wicket-taker against India on a single ground. Pujara’s wicket is his 30th against India at Lord’s. With this, he broke the record of former Sri Lankan great former spinner Muttiah Muralitharan. Muralitharan took 30 wickets against India in Colombo.
However, Anderson is still far behind Muralitharan’s highest Test record. In Test cricket, Muralitharan remains at the top spot in the world with 800 wickets. While leaving behind Anil Kumble (619), James Anderson has now come at number three in this list. He is still 177 wickets behind Murali. While Anderson is still 85 wickets away from second-placed former Australia spinner Shane Warne (708).
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