Ishant Sharma Latest News: On the third day of second test match where India faced the West Indies, the fast bowler Ishant Sharma has created history by breaking the record of former Indian all-rounder Kapil Dev.
Ishant Sharma Become the Best Test Bowler after Kumble (Ishant Sharma Latest News)
Indian bowlers ended the first innings by bowling out the entire West Indies team on 117. The India tour of West Indies had witnessed many record-breaking performances by Captain Virat Kohli, and now, the pacer Ishant Sharma, by taking Jahmar Hamilton’s wicket, has become the most successful Indian bowler outside Asia after Anil Kumble, who has a record of taking 200 wickets in 92 innings.After taking Hamilton’s wicket, Ishant Sharma has overtaken former all-rounder Kapil Dev who had a record of 155 test wicket outside Asia. It was Sharma’s 156th wicket, and he has formed a new record by taking 156 test wickets in 46 matches.
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Indian Team is about to win the Test Series against West Indies
Team India has come closer to winning the test series after setting a target of 468 and bowling out the entire team on 117 runs in the first innings. Indian. In the second innings, however, Indian Captain declared his side at 168 runs and has decided to bowl. Indian bowlers are displaying the exceptional talent in the second innings as well because Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami have already bowled out the West Indian openers Kraigg Brathwaite and John Campbell. Talking about the series, India is going closer to a series sweep with 111 run stand.
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Anil Kumble tops the list with 200 test wickets while Kapil dev and Ishant Sharma were sharing the second position with 155 wickets until Ishant bowled dismissed Hamilton and knocked down the legendary cricketer Kapil Dev. Apart from these three super bowlers, Zaheer Khan and Bishan Singh Bedi also are counted among the most successful bowlers as they have taken 147 and 123 wickets respectively.