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Ajaz Patel Creates History in Mumbai, Scores Perfect 10; Watch The Fall Of Indian Wickets

New Zealand left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel became only the third bowler in the entire history of Cricket who took 10 wickets in a Test match inning. Only Jim Laker and Anil Kumble have done this before. England’s Jim Laker took 10 wickets against Australia at Manchester on 26 July 1956. Whereas, Indian legend spinner the great Anil Kumble took 10 wickets against Pakistan at Delhi on 4th February 1999. Now, Ajaz Patel has taken 10 Indian wickets that too in India. That’s a commendable feat.

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Just for the record, Jim Laker bowled 51.2 overs and spent 53 runs to grab those 10 wickets, Anil Kumble bowled just 26.3 overs and spent 74 runs for those wickets. Whereas, Ajaz Patel bowled 47.5 overs and spent 119 runs. However, these are irrelevant because scoring a perfect 10 is one of the rarest events in Cricket history.

Anil Kumble has welcomed Ajaz Patel into the unique club. He tweeted

The legendary Indian spinner Anil Kumble specially mentioned that achieving this feat on day1 and 2 of a test match by a spinner makes it extra special.

Here are the 10 wickets taken by Ajaz Patel:

First wicket: Over 27.3; Shubhman Gill caught at slip by Ross Taylor.

Second wicket: Over 29.2; Cheteshwar Pujara bowled.

Third wicket: Over 29.6; Virat Kohli Lbw Out.

Fourth wicket: Over 47.4; Shreyas Iyer caught behind by wicketkeeper Blundell.

Fifth wicket: Over 71.4; Wriddhiman Saha Lbw Out.

Sixth wicket: Over 71.5; R Ashwin bowled.

Seventh wicket: Over 99.5; Mayank Agarwalcaught behind by wicketkeeper Blundell.

Eighth wicket: Over 107.5; Axar Patel Lbw Out.

Ninth wicket: Over 109.2; Jayant Yadav caught by Ravindra at long-off boundary.

Tenth wicket: Over 109.5; Mohammed Siraj caught by Ravindra.

 

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