Fast bowler Stuart Broad has taken a special place in Test cricket with Devon Conway’s wicket in the second Test between England and New Zealand. In the long format of cricket beyond Brad Courtney Walsh, he has reached sixth place for most wickets. He is now the third fastest wicket-taker in Test cricket.
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Devon Conway became Stuart Broad’s 520th victim in Test cricket. Brad is overtaken by Courtney Walsh (519 wickets). Brad has now reached number three in Test cricket with the highest number of wickets in Test cricket after James Anderson and Glenn McGrath. Broad’s fellow bowler Anderson has taken 616 wickets in Test cricket so far. At the same time, McGrath took 563 wickets in his Test career. Muttiah Muralitharan (800) is the most wicket taker in Test cricket. After them, Australia’s legendary spinner Shane Warne comes on the list, who took 708 wickets in his career.
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James Anderson has become the most Test-playing cricketer for the English team with his entry into the second Test against New Zealand. He had left Alastair Cook behind. In the second Test at Edgebest, England scored 303 in the first innings. For the team, Rory Burns once scored 81 while batting, while Mark Wood scored 41. Kiwis took 4 wickets for Trent Boult and Mark Henry took 3 wickets.