8 wicket-taker Indian bowlers in one inning of a Test Match




Indian Test cricket has a lot of outstanding talent bowlers who have taken more than ten wickets in a Test Match. but if we talk about one inning of a test, then the number of bowlers taking 8 or more wickets reduces.

Therefore, here is a list of ten 8 wicket-taker Indian bowlers in one inning of a Test Match.



8 wicket-taker Indian bowlers in one inning of a Test

List of 8 & more wicket-taker Indian bowlers in one inning of a Test Match:

     
  • 11   Narendra Hirwani
  • 10   S, Venkatraghvan
  • 09   Javagal Srinath
  • 08   Irapalli Prasanna
  • 07   Chandra Shekhar
  • 06   Vinoo Mankad
  • 05   Jasubhai Patel
  • 04   Harbhajan Singh
  • 03   Subhash Gupte
  • 02   Kapil Dev
  • 01   Anul Kumble

Narenrda Hirwani  

 

  • Full Name                                 Narendra Deepchand Hirwani                                                     
  • Date of birth                           October18,1968                                                                      
  • Born territory                         Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh                        
  • Height                                        N/A                                                                      
  • Main Role in the team         As a Bowler
  • Batting genre                         Right Handed Bat
  • Bowling genre                        Right-arm leg-spin
  • First Test                                  January 11,1988 vs West Indies at MA Chidambaram Stadium
  • Last Test                                   November 27, 1996  vs South Africa at Eden Garde  
  •  International Career          1988-1996
  • Career-best performance :    In 1988, he took 8 wickets in the first inning of the Chennai Test and also 8 in the second inning.

Personal Information:          

Narendra Hirwani was born on 18 October 1968 in Gorakhpur district of Uttar Pradesh where his father owns the business of brick kiln.

His early childhood studies were in Gorakhpur, due to his interest in cricket since childhood, he moved to Lucknow where he was admitted to Guru Gobind Singh Sports College located on Kursi Road, Lucknow.

While staying in the hostel here, he studied and gained expertise in cricket.

After completing his studies from Lucknow, he shifted to Bhopal city of Madhya Pradesh, and at the age of 16, he was selected in the team of Madhya Pradesh and made his debut in first-class cricket.

He received a son on 14 May 1994 in Bhopal itself, named as Mihir Hirwani.

The fourth test of the West Indies tour of India, which was played from 11 to 15 January 1988 in Chennai, In this Test, Narendra Hirwani took 8 wickets of West Indies for 61 runs in the first innings and 8 wickets for 75 runs in the second innings, thus taking 16 wickets for 136 runs in the entire Test.

This is a record in the Test debut of a bowler in the world, which has not been broken to date.


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Narenrda Hirwani

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played 17 Test Played 17
Innings 28 Innings 22
Total Balls 4298 Not Out 12
Runs Given 1987 Total Runs 54
Wickets 66 H score 17
Best/Match 16/136 Average 5.4
Best/Inning 8/61 S Rate 40.91
Run/Over 2.77 Century 00
Runs/Wicket 30.11 H Century 00
Balls/Wicket 65.12 D Century 00
5W/M 04 Four 06
10W/M 01 Sixes 00




S. Venkatraghvan   


  • Full Name                                 Srinivasaraghavan Venkataraghavan                                                                    
  • Date of birth                            Apr 21, 1945                                                                                                                           
  • Born territory                               Madras,   Tamil Nadu   Madras, Madras Presidency, BritiIndia 
  • Height                                        178cm    
  • Main Role in the team         As a Bowler
  • Batting genre                         Right Handed Bat
  • Bowling genre                        Right-arm off-spin
  • First Test                                   February 27, 1965 vs New Zealand at Nehru Stadium                             
  • Last Test                                           September 24,1983  vs Pakistan at Gandhi Stadium
  •  International Career            1965-1983
  • Career-best performance :    In 1965, he took 8 wickets for 72 runs in the first innings of the fourth Test against New Zealand at Feroz Shah Kotla ground in India.

Personal Information:

Venkataraghavan was born on 21 April 1945 in Madras Presidency during the British Shashan period, which is the present-day Chennai city of Tamil Nadu.

In his childhood, he completed his studies at Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda College (Autonomous), Chennai, after which he got an engineering degree from the College of Engineering, located in Guindy, Chennai.

he has two children Whose name  is Vikram Venkataraghavan and  Vinay Venkataraghavan .

He captained the team India for the two cricket world cups and later he became an elite umpire of the  International Cricket Council Test panel

His Test career was one of the longest Indian Test players and he played English county cricket from the team of Derbyshire in England from 1973 to 1975.

He was a very useful tail-ender batsman and very clever and quick at close fielding.

He was awarded the prestigious Arjuna Award and Padma Shri for Cricket by the Government of India.


S. Venkatraghvan

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played 57 Test Played 57
Innings 96 Innings 76
Total Balls 14689 Not Out 12
Runs Given 5634 Total Runs 748
Wickets 156 H score 64
Best/Match 12/152 Average 11.69
Best/Inning 8/72 S Rate 120.65
Run/Over 02.03 Century 00
Runs/Wicket 36.12 H Century 02
Balls/Wicket 94.16 D Century 00
5W/M 03 Four 49
10W/M 01 Sixes 03




Javagal Srinath


  • Full Name                                 Javagal Srinath                                                       
  • Date of birth                            Aug 31, 1969                                                  
  • Born territory                          Javagal, Mysore, Karnataka
  • Height                                         191cm                                                                        
  • Main Role in the team          As a Bowler
  • Batting genre                          Right Handed Bat
  • Bowling genre                         Right-arm fast-medium
  • First Test                                    November 29, 1991 v Australia                                             
  • Last Test                                    October 30, 2002 v West Indies                        
  • International Career            1991–2003
  • Career-best performance :    He took 8 wickets for 86 in the second innings against Pakistan in 1999 at Eden Gardens in Kolkata

Personal Information:

Javagal Srinath was born on 31 August 1969 in a Kannada family in the Hassan district of Karnataka.

He had an early childhood education at Marimallappa High School in Chamrajpura, Mysore, Karnataka, he was very keen on cricket since childhood.

He received his Bachelor of Engineering degree in instrumentation from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering "S.J.C.E." located in Mysore, Karnataka.

He was married to a girl named Jyothsna in 1999 but after some time they got divorced due to lack of harmony, after which he married Madhavi Patravali, a journalist by profession in 2008.

He was the first bowler from India to have taken 300 wickets in ODI, but he has come in second place at present time.

In the year of 2006, Javagal Srinath was appointed by the International Cricket Council "ICC" for the post of match referee at the time of the 2007 World Cup and he performs the role of match referee in more than 250 international matches.

Javagal Srinath was awarded the Arjuna Award for the highest award for sports by the Government of India in 1999.


Javagal Srinath

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played 67 Test Played 67
Innings 121 Innings 92
Total Balls 15104 Not Out 20
Runs Given 7196 Total Runs 1009
Wickets 236 H score 76
Best/Match 13/132 Average 14.01
Best/Inning 8/86 S Rate 49.53
Run/Over 2.86 Century 00
Runs/Wicket 30.49 H Century 04
Balls/Wicket 64.00 D Century 00
5W/M 10 Four 110
10W/M 01 Sixes 08




Erapalli Prasanna


  • Full Name                                 Erapalli Anantharao Srinivas Prasanna "E.A.S Prasanna"             
  • Date of birth                            May 22, 1940                                                         
  • Born territory                          Bangalore, Kingdom of Mysore, British India
  • Height                                         165 cm                                                                          
  • Main Role in the team         As a Bowler
  • Batting genre                          Right Handed Bat
  • Bowling genre                         Right-arm offbreak 
  • First Test                                   January 10, 1962 v England                                              
  • Last Test                                    October 27, 1978 v Pakistan                          
  • International Career           1961-1978       
  • Career-best performance :   He took 8 wickets for 76 runs in the second innings of New Zealand's Auckland Test in 1976.

Personal Information:

Erapalli Prasanna was born on May 22, 1940, in the Mysore Kingdom (Riyasat) of  Bangalore in  Karnataka state during the period of British rule in India.

His early childhood studies were held at the National High School in Basavanagudi section of Bangalore, the school was founded in 1917 by Annie Besant.

His family was quite large, with 8 brothers and sisters, he was the fifth child of the family.

He obtained an engineering degree from The National Institute of Engineering located at Vidyaranyapura, Mysore, Karnataka.

Erapalli Prasanna's wife's name is Sheima Prasanna, after his father's death, he started working an engineering job and later came into cricket.

Prasanna was not the great spinner of the ball, but he perfects the art of controlling the length, speed, and flight of the ball to perfection.

Erapalli Prasanna's best performance in Test cricket career was 8 wickets for 76 runs in 1976 against New Zealand at Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand to lead India to a rarebit overseas test match victory

After retiring from cricket, he went back to his profession as an engineer, but he did not give up his relationship with cricket, he has been writing articles about cricket in magazines constantly.

He received the prestigious Arjun Award in 1968 and the Padma Shri Award in 1960 by the Government of India.


Irapalli Prasanna

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played 49 Test Played 49
Innings 86 Innings 84
Total Balls 13575 Not Out 20
Runs Given 5742 Total Runs 735
Wickets 189 H score 37
Best/Match 11/140 Average 11.48
Best/Inning 8/76 S Rate 90.74
Run/Over 2.54 Century 00
Runs/Wicket 30.38 H Century 00
Balls/Wicket 71.83 D Century 00
5W/M 10 Four 65
10W/M 02 Sixes 00




B. S. Chandrasekhar


  • Full Name                               Bhagwat Subramanya Chandrasekhar 

  • Date of birth                          17 May, 1945
  • Born territory                        Mysore, Kingdom of Mysore, British India
  • Height                                      173 cm 
  • Main Role in the team       As a Bowler
  • Batting genre                       Right Handed Bat
  • Bowling genre                      Right-arm legbreak 
  • First Test                                January 21, 1964  vs England at Brabourne Stadium                           
  • Last Test                                 July 12, 1979  vs England at Edgbaston
  • International Career         1964-1979  
  • Career-best performance :  In December 1972, he took 8 wickets for 79 runs in the first innings of the first Test in Delhi in England tour of India.

Personal Information:

Bhagwat Chandrasekhar was born on May 17, 1945, during a British rule in the Kingdom (Riyasat) of Mysore.

It was here that he received his primary school education, since childhood he was very interested in playing cricket and watching cricket matches.

When he was 6 years old, he suffered a polio attack in his right arm, due to which he had to be treated for 4 years, but this caused his wrist to malfunction.

From the age of 10years, he started playing cricket again and convert wrist malfunction due to illness into a form of lethal weapon for the batsmen.

His wife's name is Sandhya Chandrasekhar

Bhagwat Chandrashekhar played his first international Test match against England in 1964 in Mumbai, and since then has taken a total of 242 wickets in an entire Test career, with a best of 8 for 79.

He has also received the prestigious Arjuna Award and Padmashri Award from the Government of India in 1972.


Chandra shekhar

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played 58 Test Played 58
Innings 97 Innings 80
Total Balls 15299 Not Out
Runs Given 7199 Total Runs 167
Wickets 242 H score 22
Best/Match 12/104 Average 4.07
Best/Inning 8/79 S Rate 48.41
Run/Over 2.82 Century 00
Runs/Wicket 29.75 H Century 00
Balls/Wicket 63.22 D Century 00
5W/M 16 Four 12
10W/M 02 Sixes 00




Vinoo Mankad

 

  • Full Name                                  Mulvantrai Himmatlal Mankad                
  • Date of birth                            Apr 12, 1917                          
  • Born territory                          Kathiawar Agency, Bombay Presidency, British India  
  • Date of death                          Aug 21, 1978 (61 years) Bombay, Maharashtra, India 
  • Height                                        183cm                               
  • Main Role in the team          All-rounder
  • Batting genre                          Right Handed Bat
  • Bowling genre                        Left-arm orthodox  
  • First Test                                          Junuary 22, 1946  vs England at Lord's
  • Last Test                                    February 6, 1959  vs West Indies at Arun Jaitley Stadium India      
  • International Career           1946-1959       
  • Career-best performance :   In October 1952 against Pakistan, he took 8 wickets for 52 runs in the first innings of the Test at Feroz Shah Kotla Ground.

Personal Information:

Vinoo Mankad was born on 12 April 1917, in the Kathiawar Agency peninsula of Bombay Presidency during the British rule, which is now Jamnagar Gujarat.

where many famous personalities lived, including one of the cricket lover Ranjit Singhji. Even today there is a famous cricket championship named after him.

They have two sons named Ashok Mankad and Rahul Mankad, both of whom are also cricketers, Ashok Mankad has played Test matches for India. His grandson's name is Harsh Mankad.

He is one of the greatest all-rounders cricketers that India has ever has been produced.

Vinoo Mankad's recognition in the world is his opening wicket partnership with Pankaj Roy of 413 runs, which he scored in 1956 in a test match against  New Zealand in Chennai.the record of which has not been broken even in 64 years.

In his honor, a road to the south of the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai is named Vinoo Mankad Road. he was awarded the High Civilian Honor Padma Bhushan by the Government of India in 1973.


Vinoo Mankad

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played 44 Test Played 44
Innings 70 Innings 72
Total Balls 14338 Not Out 05
Runs Given 5236 Total Runs 2109
Wickets 162 H score 231
Best/Match 13/131 Average 31.48
Best/Inning 8/52 S Rate 273.5
Run/Over 2.19 Century 05
Runs/Wicket 32.32 H Century 06
Balls/Wicket 88.51 D Century 02
5W/M 08 Four 108
10W/M 02 Sixes 07


        

Jasubhai Patel


  • Full Name                                            Jasubhai Motibhai Patel                                    
  • Date of birth                                        Nov 26, 1924  
  • Born territory                                     Ahmedabad, Gujarat
  • Date of death                                     Dec 12, 1992  Ahmedabad
  • Main Role in the team                    Bowler
  • Batting genre                                    Right Handed Bat
  • Bowling genre                                   Right-arm off-break
  • First Test                                              February 26, 1955  vs Pakistan at National Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan
  • Last Test                                               January 23, 1960  vs Australia at Eden Gardens, Kolkata
  • International Career                      1955-1960
  • Career-best performance :            He took 9 wickets in the first innings of the second Test of Australia's tour of India in Kanpur in 1959, giving away 69 runs.

Personal Information:

Jasubhai Patel was born in India on 26 November 1924 in Ahmedabad of Gujarat state.

He was very much interested in cricket since childhood, once he fell from the tree in the game due to which there was a slight defect in his right arm, due to this malfunction, his bowling action got a slight jurk.

Due to which his bowling on mat became very deadly, at that time mat was used to be spread on the pich of cricket but nowadays mat is not used.

He is always remembered for the 1959 Kanpur Test, in which he took 9 wickets in the first innings and 5 wickets in the second innings against the Australian team captained by Richie Benaud. He took a total of 14 wickets in this Test.

Jasubhai Patel and Vijay Hazare, these two players are the first cricketers to receive Padma Shri award in India.

Jasubhai Patel

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played o7 Test Played 07
Innings 11 Innings 10
Total Balls 1725 Not Out 01
Runs Given 637 Total Runs 25
Wickets 29 H score 12
Best/Match 14/124 Average 2.78
Best/Inning 9/69 S Rate --
Run/Over 2.22 Century 00
Runs/Wicket 21.97 H Century 00
Balls/Wicket 59.48 D Century 00
5W/M 02 Four 00
10W/M 01 Sixes 00




Harbhajan Singh   


  • Full Name                                  Harbhajan Singh  Plaha
  • Date of birth                            Jul 03, 198                   
  • Born territory                          Jullundur (now Jalandhar), Punjab
  • Height                                        180 cm
  • Main Role in the team          All-rounder
  • Batting genre                          Right Handed Bat
  • Bowling genre                         Right-arm offbreak
  • First Test                                    March  25, 1998 vs Australia at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium                        
  • Last Test                                     Augugst 12, 2015 vs Sri Lanka at Galle International Stadium
  • International Career            1998-2016   
  • Career-best performance :   He took 8 wickets for 84 runs in the second innings of the Chennai Test against Australia in 2001.

Personal Information:

Harbhajan Singh was born into a Sikh family on 3 July 1970 in Jalandhar of Punjab State, where his father Sardar Sardev Singh Plaha owned a ball bearing and valve factory.

Harbhajan Singh's family has his mother Avtar Kaur, father, and five sisters, he is the only son in his family, he had early childhood education at Parvati jain High School in Jalandhar.

Harbhajan Singh wanted him to pursue his father's business with his father, but his father inspired him to play cricket, due to which he continued to play cricket and one day he represented India's national cricket team.

His father died in the year 2000, due to which the responsibility of the family came in his shoulders, which he performed very well for his responsibilities towards his sisters.

Harbhajan Singh was married to his wife Geeta Basra on 29 October 2015 in Jalandhar, he also has a daughter named Hinaya Heer plaha.

Harbhajan Singh is also known in the world by the nicknames of Bhajji and Turbanator


Harbhajan Singh

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played 103 Test Played 103
Innings 190 Innings 145
Total Balls 28580 Not Out 23
Runs Given 13537 Total Runs 2225
Wickets 417 H score 115
Best/Match 15/217 Average 18.24
Best/Inning 8/84 S Rate 64.83
Run/Over 2.84 Century 02
Runs/Wicket 32.46 H Century 09
Balls/Wicket 68.54 D Century 00
5W/M 25 Four 277
10W/M 05 Sixes 42


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Subhash Gupte  


  • Full Name                                 Subhashchandra Pandharinath Gupte
  • Date of birth                            Dec 11, 1929
  • Born territory                          Mumbai, Maharashtra 
  • Date of death                         31 May, 2002 (72 years)  Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
  • Main Role in the team         As a Bowler
  • Batting genre                         Right Handed Ba
  • Bowling genre                         Right arm Leg spin, Googly
  • First Test                                   December 30, 1951 vs England at Eden Gardens
  • Last Test                                    December 13, 1961   vs England at Arun Jaitley Stadium
  • International Career           1951–1961
  • Career-best performance :   He took 9 for 102 in Green Park, Kanpur in the first innings of the second Test of the West Indies tour in December 1958.

Personal Information:

Subhash Gupte was born on 11 December 1929 in Mumbai of Maharashtra state.

He was married to a girl named Carol of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean Islands in  the year 1962.

he was married through the collective efforts of relatives and special friends, in which the ceremony of 'Kanyadaan' was performed by Teammate and friend Madhav Apte.

Subhash Gupte's brother Baloo Gupte was also a good cricketer. After Subhash Gupte, he contributed to Test cricket for India in 1961, Baloo Gupte was a very good leg-spinner and has played three Tests for India.

Subhash Gupte’s career came to a fortuneless end in 1961 When a Test match was going on between India and England in Delhi, a controversy ensued on outside the playground.

Subhash Gupte's fellow player and roommate AG Kripal Singh were accused of harassing the female employee of the hotel in which he stayed.

He was a world-class amazing leg spinner and googly bowler of his time.

He showed the miracle of his accurate bowling when he took nine wickets in a single innings in the West Indies by giving 102 runs in the Kanpur Test match between India and the West Indies in the 1958–59.


Subhash Gupte

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played 36 Test Played 36
Innings 61 Innings 42
Total Balls 11284 Not Out 13
Runs Given 4403 Total Runs 183
Wickets 149 H score 21
Best/Match 10/223 Average 6.31
Best/Inning 9/102 S Rate --
Run/Over 2.34 Century 00
Runs/Wicket 29.55 H Century 00
Balls/Wicket 75.73 D Century 00
5W/M 12 Four 02
10W/M 01 Sixes 00




Kapil Dev


  • Full Name                                  Kapil Dev Ram La Nikhanj
  • Date of birth                             6 January 1959 (age 61)
  • Born territory                          Chandigarh, Punjab,
  • Height                                         1.83m
  • Main Role in the team          All-rounder
  • Batting genre                          Right Handed Bat
  • Bowling genre                         Right arm fast
  • First Test                                    October 16, 1978 v Pakistan
  • Last Test                                    March 19, 1994 v New Zealand   
  • International Career            1978–1994
  • Career-best performance :    He took 9 for 83 in the second innings of the third Test against West Indies in November 1983 at Ahmedabad.

Personal Information:

Kapil Dev was born in Chandigarh on 6 January 1959 in the family of a simple building material businessman.

His family originally belonged to Shah Yakka of Punjab province of Pakistan, which is now Okara district, after the partition, his family moved to Fazilka, Punjab India.

After spending some time in Fazilka(Panjab), his family moved to Chandigarh and it was here that Kapil Dev was born.

Kapil Dev's father's name is Ram Lal Nikhanj and his mother's name is Raj Kumari Lajwanti.

He had early childhood education at DAV Senior Secondary School, located in Sector '8' C, of Chandigarh.

In addition to parents,  his four elder sisters and two brothers, whose names are Ramesh and Bhushan, also live in with the family

Kapil Dev was married to his wife Romi Bhatia in the year of1980, he has a daughter named Amiya Dev.

Kapil Dev had also awarded the Prestigious Civil Award the 'Padma Shri' in 1982, 'Padma Bhushan' in 1991, and the 'Arjuna Award' in1980  by the Government of India.

Under his captaincy, Team India became a world champion for the first time by defeating the West Indies at the 1983 ICC ODI World Cup.

Kapil Dev also served the important post of the head coach of the Indian national cricket team in 1999.


Kapil Dev

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played 131` Test Played 131
Innings 227 Innings 184
Total Balls 27740 Not Out 15
Runs Given 12867 Total Runs 5248
Wickets 434 H score 163
Best/Match 11/146 Average 31.05
Best/Inning 9/83 S Rate 94.76
Run/Over 2.78 Century 08
Runs/Wicket 29.65 H Century 27
Balls/Wicket 63.92 D Century 00
5W/M 23 Four 587
10W/M 02 Sixes 61




8 wicket-taker Indian bowlers in one inning of a Test

 

Anil Kumble    


  • Full Name                                Anil  Radhakrishna Kumble 
  • Date of birth                           Oct 17, 1970 (49 years)
  • Born territory                         Bangalore, Karnataka
  • Height                                       1.85m
  • Main Role in the team         As a Bowler
  • Batting genre                         Right Handed Bat
  • Bowling genre                        Right-arm legbreak,Googly
  • First Test                                   August 9,  1990 v England
  • Last Test                                   October 29, 2008 v Australia   
  • International Career           1990–2008
  • Career-best performance :    Anil Kumble is the number one on the list of 8 wicket-taker Indian bowlers in one inning of a Test Match. 
  • He took 10 wickets for 74 runs in the second innings of the second Test of India's tour of Pakistan in February 1999 at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in Delhi.

Personal Information:

Anil Kumble was born on 17 October 1970 in Koramangala, south-eastern part of Bengaluru city in the state of Karnataka.

His father's name is Krishna Swamy and his mother's name is Saroja. His brother's name is Dinesh Kumble.

Anil Kumble's early childhood education took place at the Holy Saint English School in Koramangala city of Bengaluru, later he also obtains a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the R V College of Engineering at Bengaluru.

He was married to Chethana Ramatheertha in 1999, he has two daughters Svasti and Aaruni, and a son named Mayas.

Anil Kumble holds the record for taking 619 wickets in a Test match by playing 18 years of international cricket for India, which is the third-highest wicket-taker in the world so far.
         
He is the only bowler from India and the second bowler in the world who has taken all 10 wickets in an innings of a Test match. He has done this magical bowling against Pakistan.

Kumble has also awarded the Prestigious Civil Award the 'Padma Shri' and 'Arjuna Awards' by the Government of India.

Anil Kumble has also served in the important position of the head coach of the Indian cricket team from the year of 2016 to 2017.
 
Anil Kumble had announced his retirement from international cricket after the Australian series in November 2008


Anil Kumble

Bowling Analysis Batting Analysis
Test Played 132 Test Played 132
Innings 236 Innings 173
Total Balls 40850 Not Out 31
Runs Given 18355 Total Runs 2506
Wickets 619 H score 110
Best/Match 14/149 Average 17.65
Best/Inning 10/74 S Rate 38.82
Run/Over 2.7 Century 01
Runs/Wicket 29.65 H Century 05
Balls/Wicket 65.99 D Century 00
5W/M 35 Four 302
10W/M 08 Sixes 09






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