England’s fast bowler James Anderson composed an excellent history: See figure

In the first match of the 4 Test match series between India and England, England fast bowler James Anderson tasted his reverse swing to the Indian team.

And India’s opener batsman Gill and middle-order batsman Rahane dismissed India in the same over and brought India to the backfoot.

At the same time, this England fast bowler has also established a new record in his name. 38-year-old veteran fast bowler James Anderson has left all the fast bowlers in the world behind.

He bowled deadly in the second innings of the first match of the 4 Test matches series against the Indian team.

He bowled Shubman Gill 50 runs and Ajinkya Rahane 0 with two wickets in the same over. After taking two wickets in the same over.

Anderson became the first bowler to take the highest wicket after the age of 30. Wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant batted brilliantly in the first innings against England.

But he did not do anything special in the second innings. And caught Joe Root on James Anderson’s balls.

England's fast bowler James Anderson composed an excellent history: See figure
England’s fast bowler James Anderson composed an excellent history: See figure

India’s young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant was able to score only 11 runs in the second innings. And with this, Anderson became the first bowler to take the highest wicket after the age of 30 years.

If we look at the record of James Ederson for the last eight years, he has taken 346 wickets during this time.

Before that, this excellent record was in the name of great bowler Courtney Walsh of the West Indies cricket team.

The West Indies bowler took a total of 341 wickets after the age of 30. Australian bowler Glenn McGrath has 287 wickets on this list.

He is followed by the legendary New Zealand bowler Richard Hadlee. He took a total of 276 wickets in his name.

Let us tell you that English bowler James Anderson is the first fast bowler in the world to take the most wickets.

With this, he also became the first fast bowler to take 600 wickets in Test cricket. James Anderson has taken a total of five wickets against India in Chennai with 2 wickets in the first innings and 3 wickets in the second innings.

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