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On the second day of the Melbourne Test, Mitchell Starc took the wicket of two players of Team India and took 250 wickets in the lowest ball.
India and Australia set 2 records on the second day of the ongoing Test in Melbourne Test. This record was named after Australia captain Tim Paine, bowler Mitchell Starc.
– cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 27, 2020First record – Australia captain Tim Paine caught the back of wickets of three batsmen of Team India on the second day, becoming the wicketkeeper catching 150 catches in the lowest match. He achieved this position in 33 Tests. Earlier this record was named after Quinton de Kock of South Africa, Australia. Cock caught 150 catches in 34 Tests.
South Africa’s De Kock took 150 catches in the fewest matches before Tim Paine of Australia.
|wicket keeper||Country||150 Tests for hunting|
|Tim pen||Australia||33 matches|
|Quinton de coc||South Africa||34 matches|
|Adam Gilchrist||Australia||36 matches|
|Mark boucher||South Africa||38 matches|
|Rod marsh||Australia||39 matches|
Second record – Mitchell Starc. He became the lowest bowler in Australia to take 250 wickets. Earlier, this record was in the name of Mitchell Johnson. On the second day, Stark took the wicket of India’s wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant. Pant’s catch was caught by Tim Paine on the back of the wicket.
Mitchell Starc 250 wickets in short balls
|The bowler||Bowled to take 250 wickets|