So far, India’s deputy Ravichandran Ashwin has been in a state of high production. Ashwin made an impressive comeback in the restricted format of the 2021 T20 World Cup and continued his outstanding performance in the T20I bilateral series against New Zealand. Now, it’s time for the sideliner to use this momentum with the longest game format. IND vs. NZ live cricket score
When the perimeter player prepares for Kanpur’s first test, he will look at the huge Indian bowling record. Ashwin has 413 wickets and is currently the fourth highest wicket in India’s longest game format.
During the Kanpur test, Ashwin is likely not only to jump to third place on the list, but also to become the country’s second highest wicket spinner. Bystanders are only five wickets behind Harbhajan Singh, who currently ranks third with 417 wickets.
-Anil Kumble – 619 wickets
-Kapil Dev – 434 wickets
-Harbhajan Singh – 417 small doors
-Ravichandran Ashwin* – 413 wickets
-Ishant Sharma* – 311 small doors
The two former Indian captains-Anil Kumbur (619) and Kapil Dev (434)-ranked first and second respectively in the list. In addition, another Indian bowler Umesh Yadav (Umesh Yadav) will also focus on a special record if he is selected for the XI in the first test against New Zealand. Yadav was only 4 wickets short of India, and his name was fired 100 times. He will become the fifth Indian walker to achieve this goal.
-Kapil Dev-219 wickets
-Javagal Srinath-108 wickets
-Zaheer Khan – 104 wickets
-Ishant Sharma* – 104 wickets
-Umesh Yadav* – 96 wickets
The Indian team will be led by Ajinkya Rahane in the first test of the Kanpur series, while the preferred captain Virat Kohli will return in the second game.
News Source: Hindustan Times