New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel has become only the third bowler in international world cricket to take all ten wickets in an innings, doing it against India in the second Test at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Ajaz Patel takes all 10 wickets
The 33-year-old joined England off-spinner Jim Laker (1956 against Australia) and India leg-spinner Anil Kumble (1999 against Pakistan) as the only bowlers in history to take all four wickets in an innings.
After bowling New Zealand out for just 62 in their reply to India’s first inning 325, India finished the day with a dominant advantage of 332. R Ashwin grabbed 4/8, while Mohammed Siraj’s three-wicket opening burst got the ball moving.
But Ajaz’s feat was so significant that it will remain the day’s highlight. The morning session began with India on 221/4, but Ajaz continued where he left off on day one, with a double strike in his first over. He removed Wriddhiman Saha and Ravichandran Ashwin in successive deliveries, giving him six wickets in a Test innings for the first time and there would be more.
Patel new name in history
On a difficult surface, Mayank Agarwal scored most of the runs for the hosts, while Patel dominated with the ball. With a cut stroke from Ajaz, Agarwal touch 150 but was caught behind on the following delivery.
The world Test champions were skittle for 62 in reply, making it an otherwise terrible day for the Black Caps. After Siraj had taken the first three wickets, Ashwin helped himself to four for eight.
After a drew in the first Test, India went on to score 69 without loss in their second innings, putting them 332 runs up in the two-match series. Ajaz Patel takes all 10 wickets
Let me also tell you that Ijaz Patel was born in Mumbai and he has made a record in the world today. He has made his name in the history of cricket. He became the third bowler to take ten wickets in 2008. In Test cricket inside Mumbai, he has become the third bowler to take 10 wickets in a single inning. Had took 10 wickets. You have registered your name in history.
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