New Delhi: England fast bowler James Anderson can set some new records in this summer cricket season, including a record of India’s great batsman Sachin Tendulkar.
614 Test wickets in Anderson’s name
James Anderson of England will turn 39 on July 10, but he is still one of the finest fast bowlers in the world. He has 614 wickets in 160 Test matches to his name, which is the best among fast bowlers.
Anderson’s eye on records
England have 7 Test matches to play at home grounds in this summer season and in the meantime, James Anderson bowling and some other personal records can be named. Among them, Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) also has the record of playing the most Test matches in the country.
7 steps away from Sachin’s record
Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) has played 200 Test matches, out of which he has played 94 matches in his country in India. This is a world record. If England does not follow the rotation policy and James Anderson plays all 7 matches, then Sachin’s record will be recorded in the name of this England fast bowler.
Willing to play all Tests against India
James Anderson has already expressed his intention that he wants to play both matches against New Zealand and all matches in the 5 Test series against India. He has so far played 89 Test matches at home and on playing these seven matches, this figure will reach 96 and in this way he will break the record of Sachin Tendulkar.
The name of this players is record
Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) is currently followed by Australia’s Ricky Ponting (92), James Anderson, England’s Alastair Cook and Australia’s Steve Waugh (all 89 matches).
Cook’s record can be broken
James Anderson will easily make this record for England. He can name Cook 2 records during this period. These include Cook’s (161 matches) record for most Test matches played by England. He can also surpass Shivnarine Chanderpaul (164), Rahul Dravid (164) and Jock Kallis (166) in the list of cricketers who played the most Test matches.
Will you take the most wickets at home?
Talking about bowling, James Anderson can become the second bowler in the world to take 400 Test wickets from which he is 16 wickets away. He has taken 384 wickets in 89 Tests so far. Sri Lankan Muttiah Muralitharan has taken 493 wickets in 79 matches. Anil Kumble has 350 in 63 matches and Stuart Broad has taken 334 wickets in 82 matches.
Will take 1000 wickets in first class?
James Anderson of England is just 8 wickets away from taking 1000 wickets in first class cricket and he can achieve this special position soon. He has taken 992 wickets in 259 first class matches so far.