New Delhi: Team India players put on a wonderful performance at the Melbourne Test. Whether bowling or batting. The performance of the players was greatly appreciated. Many Indian players have secured new positions in this game. One of those names is also from Indian spinner star Ravichandran Ashwin.
This special record was made for Ashwin
Ravichandran Ashwin set a record defeating Australian Josh Hazlewood in the second set of the match. He held the record for most left-handed batsmen. Ashwin ended the hunt for 192 left-handed batsmen by firing Hazlewood. At the same time, this is its 375th wicket in testing.
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Ravichandran Ashwin played Hazlewood to end the Australian heats on day four of test two. Hazlewood returned to the clubhouse after scoring just 10 points.
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Ashwin previously named the record after former Sri Lankan bowler Muttiah Muraleedharan. Muralitharan won 800 wickets in test matches, which is also a world record. At the same time, he fired 191 left-handed batsmen. But now Ashwin has broken his record.
At the same time, in that list at number three is English fast bowler James Anderson, who has shown left-handed batsmen the way to the flag 186 times. Australia and Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne are at numbers four and five. After that, there’s Anil Kumble from India, who made left-handed batsmen his victim 167 times.