India Vs New Zealand 1st Test; Ajinkya Rahane, R Ashwin May Break Harbhajan Singh And MS Dhoni’s Record | Ashwin will break Bhajji’s record as soon as he takes 5 wickets, Rahane also has a chance to overtake Dhoni
By Puneet Chaudhary - November 24, 2021
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The first match of the two-Test series will be played between India and New Zealand in Kanpur from Thursday. After making a clean sweep on the Kiwi team in the T20 series, Team India is also being considered as the favorite for the Test series. Let us tell you what are the big records that can be made in this match. Click here to read Preview of Kanpur Test
Bhajji’s record will be broken in Kanpur
Veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh (417) is the third highest Test wicket-taker for India, but his record may be broken in the first Test. Actually, R. If Ashwin takes 5 wickets in the Kanpur Test, he will overtake Harbhajan (417). Harbhajan Singh showed the way to the pavilion by dismissing 417 players in 103 Test matches, while Ashwin has taken 413 wickets in 79 matches.
Big opportunity for Ashwin
Not only this, if Ravichandran Ashwin is successful in taking 9 wickets in the first test match, then he will become the 11th bowler in the world to take the highest wicket-taker in Test cricket, and Pakistan’s Wasim Akram (414), India’s Harbhajan Singh (417) and South Africa’s Shaun Pollock (421) will take three giants behind at once.
Dhoni’s record also in danger
Caretaker captain Ajinkya Rahane will also have a chance to overtake former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the match. Dhoni has scored (4876) runs for India in 90 Test matches, while Rahane has scored (4756) runs in 78 matches. If Ajinkya manages to score 120 runs in Kanpur, he will overtake Dhoni to become the 13th highest Test run scorer for India.
Saudi also has a chance for half century of wickets
Kiwi bowler Tim Southee has taken 44 wickets in 9 test matches against India. If Saudi takes 6 wickets in Kanpur, he will become the sixth bowler to take 50 wickets in Test cricket between India and New Zealand. Before him, Richard Hadlee (65), Bishan Singh Bedi (57), Erapalli Prasanna (55), R. The names of Ashwin (52) and Anil Kumble (50) come up.
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