Ravindra Jadeja made history in Delhi Test, he became the first cricketer from India to make this record

Ravindra Jadeja managed to set a new record in the test match that was played against Australia in Delhi. During this, he completed 250 wickets in Test cricket. He accomplished this feat by sacking Australian starter Usman Khawaja. Prior to this match, he had taken 249 wickets in Test cricket. He is the eighth highest wicket taker in Test cricket for India. Jadeja has now become the fastest Indian to score 250 wickets and 2,500 runs in Test cricket.

Jadeja is the first cricketer to score the fastest 250 wickets and 2500 runs for India in Test cricket. On the other hand, if we look at the overall record, then he is only the second player in the world to have made this record. Before him, England’s Ian Botham scored 250 wickets and 2,500 runs in 55 Tests. Jadeja is the eighth bowler to take the most Test wickets for India. Anil Kumble 619, R Ashwin 457, Kapil Dev 434, Harbhajan Singh 417, Ishant Sharma 311, Zaheer Khan 311 and Bishan Singh Bedi 266 wickets have taken more wickets than them.

Ravindra Jadeja made his Test debut in 2012 against Australia in Nagpur. He has been a regular part of Team India for the past 10 years. Jadeja has played 61 tests so far. He is playing the 62nd match of his career in Delhi. While performing in all Tests, he took 250 wickets as well as scoring 2,593 runs. He has 3 centuries and 18 half centuries to his name in Trials. His highest score in cricket’s biggest format is 175, not out. On the other hand, when it comes to bowling, the best performance from him has been taking 7 wickets for 48 runs. On the other hand, speaking of the second Test which was played in Delhi, up to the time of writing the news, Australia had scored 199 runs for 6 wickets in 58 overs.

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