Pakistani Spinners made new world record

Muhammad Naeem February 7, 2012 0


Three Pakistani spinners made a new world record by taking 48 wickets with an average of 15.64 in 3 or more then 3 test matches series. During this series Saeed Ajmal took 24, Abdul Rehman 19 and Muhammad Hafeez 5 wickets. Last record of 45 wickets was made bye Pakistani bowlers in 1987-88 against England.

Now Saeed Ajmal is the second bowler on country level and fifth bowler on world level who took 24 or more wickets in a three or more test matches series. Abdul Qadir was the first Pakistani bowler who took 30 wickets against England in 1987-88.

England was all out scoring less than 200 in four innings out of six innings.

There is another record made of LBW out during Pak Eng series 2012. 43 player was out LBW  out of 110 wickets.

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