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Incredible Ravichandran Ashwin: Ravichandran Ashwin passed India great Anil Kumble to become the team’s top wicket-taker in Test cricket matches against Australia during his 6/91 in Ahmedabad.
R Ashwin was the bowler of choice for India on the Ahmedabad harsh surface. On a pitch where pacer Mohammad Shami’s 2/134 was the next highest performance for India, he took six wickets.
The off-spinner didn’t try many different things throughout his 47.2 overs in the first innings. Instead, he supported his accuracy and practised self-control throughout the course of two demanding cricket days. His economy rate of 1.92, which was the second-best for India, demonstrated this.
Cameron Green, a centurion who made a career-high 114 runs, was one of his wickets. Nathan Lyon and Todd Murphy, who had angered India with their 34 and 41 lower down the order, were also accounted for by him.
In Tests, he now had 32 five-fors. Only Kumble (35), for India, had more five-fors. But Ashwin accomplished other things during the day as well. Through his six-for, he was able to surpass Australia in Tests and became India’s top wicket-taker. The off-spinner has 113 wickets at an average of 28.1 against the Baggy Greens, with seven five-fors to his credit. By trapping Murphy leg-before, he surpassed Kumble’s record of 111 wickets.
Most Wicket taker Indian Bowler list in Test cricket.
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