England’s star fast bowler James Anderson has created history. For the first time in the history of 145 years of Test cricket, James Anderson has done something amazing, which no fast bowler in the world has been able to do before him. Actually, James Anderson has become the first fast bowler in the world to take 650 wickets in Test cricket, James Anderson is a very experienced and effective fast bowler who consistently performs well and plays a vital role in helping his team win. ,
James Anderson did this great miracle in the history of 145 years
The first match in the history of Test cricket was played between Australia and England on the Melbourne ground in 1877. And in the history of Test cricket from 1877 till now, James Anderson is the only bowler who has become the first fast bowler in the world to take the most 650 wickets. James Anderson started his career with a Test debut for England in 2003, after which he has been performing consistently.
James Anderson created history
39-year-old James Anderson completed his 650 wickets in Test cricket by bowling Kiwi captain Tom Latham on a personal score of 4 runs in the second innings of the second Test against New Zealand in Nottingham. James Anderson is at number three in terms of taking most Test wickets in the world.
World record for taking 800 wickets
Let us tell you that the world record for taking the most 800 wickets in Test cricket is registered in the name of Sri Lankan great spinner Muttiah Muralitharan. And at number two is Australia’s legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne, who has taken 709 Test wickets. After this, England’s legendary fast bowler James Anderson is in third place with 650 Test wickets. Indian leg-spinner Anil Kumble is at number four. Anil Kumble has 619 wickets in his name.