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James Anderson Breaks Glenn McGrath World Record of Dismissing Most Players for Ducks in Tests Pacer Anderson Test Records | McGrath broke the record, James Anderson sent the batsman to the pavilion on zero for the most 105 times in Tests

By Puneet Chaudhary - June 13, 2021

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English bowler James Anderson is the highest wicket-taker in the world with 617 wickets. Overall, he is at number four in terms of most wickets.

England fast bowler James Anderson has set a world record. He sent the batsmen to the pavilion without opening the account 105 times. In this case, he broke the record of former Australian pacer Glenn McGrath, who had dismissed batsmen for zero 104 times.

Anderson achieved this feat in the Birmingham Test against New Zealand. He set a world record when he dismissed New Zealand’s Neil Wagner for zero on the third day of the Test.

Anderson becomes first English player to play most Tests
Anderson has set another record in this match. He has become the first player from England to play the maximum number of 162 Tests. In this case, he has broken the record of Alastair Cook. There are only two players who have played more than 150 Tests for England. This is Anderson and Cook.

Anderson highest wicket-taker
English bowler Anderson is the highest wicket-taker in the world with 617 wickets. Overall, he is at number four in terms of most wickets. Only spinners are in the top-3. Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan is at number one, who has taken 800 Test wickets. He is followed by former Australia leg-spinner Shane Warne with 708 wickets and former Indian leg-spinner Anil Kumble taking 619 wickets.

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