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Ashwin became the second Indian bowler to take the highest wicket in India. He left behind Harbhajan Singh in this matter. Harbhajan has taken 265 wickets in 55 Tests in India and Ashwin has taken 268 wickets in 45 Tests in his country so far.
Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took 5 wickets in the first innings of the second Test against England. With this, he took many records to his name. He became the first bowler to dismiss left-handed batsmen 200 times. He has dismissed David Warner of Australia for the most number of times in left-handed batsmen.
Ashwin achieved this by dismissing Stuart Broad in England’s first innings. Among those who have dismissed the left-handed batsmen most times, Ashwin is followed by former Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan and England’s pacey James Anderson and Australia’s Shane Warne.
The left-handed batsman who gets the most out on Ashwin’s ball
|Left handed batsman||country||How many times|
Ashwin gets five wickets for 29th time, fourth against England
Ashwin took 5 wickets for the 29th time overall. He also took 6 wickets in the second innings of the first Test played in Chennai. This was his fifth 5 wicket haul against England. At the same time, he has taken 5 wickets in four innings at Chepak Stadium. He is the second highest number of 5 wicket takers after India’s Anil Kumble. Kumble took 5 wickets in 43 innings.
Ashwin is the second most Indian bowler to take 5 wickets
|Bowler||country||How many wickets in an innings|
|Muthiah Muralitharan||Sri Lanka||67|
|Sir richard headley||Australia||36|
|Ranga Herath||Sri Lanka||34|
|Ravichandran Ashwin||India||29 *|
Hall Muralitharan named the highest 5 wicket in his country
Ashwin has played 45 Tests in India. In this, he has taken five wicket halls 23 times. He is the fourth highest number of five wicket-takers on his land. Ashwin overtook James Anderson in this case. Anderson has done this feat 22 times in 89 Tests in England.
Ashwin is the fourth bowler to have the highest number of furs in his country.
|Bowler||How many times wicket hall in your country|
Ashwin second highest bowler in India
Ashwin became the second Indian bowler to take the highest wicket in India. He left behind Harbhajan Singh in this matter. Harbhajan took 265 wickets in 55 Tests in India. At the same time, Ashwin has taken 268 wickets in 45 Tests in his country so far. Kumble’s name comes at the top of this list. He took 350 wickets in 63 Tests in India.