5 Bowlers Who Took Most Number Of Wickets In their Career Through Clean Bold

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Sijain Entertainment

Author 2019-10-20 10:22:41

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Cricket is the third largest sports liked in the world. In cricket, the thrill of both bat and ball is equal. On every fours, sixes and wickets, the face of the Fans present in the stadium blossoms. During this period, the batsman sometimes bowls over each other. This is also the specialty of this game.

Today we will tell you about 5 great bowlers of cricket history who have received the highest wickets in international cricket by bowling the batsmen cleanly-

1. Muttiah Muralitharan

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Former Sri Lankan off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan is the highest wicket-taker in cricket history. Muralitharan played cricket for Sri Lanka from 1992 to 2011. During this, Murali played a total of 495 international matches and took 1347 wickets at an average of 22.86. Murali clean bowled the highest number of 290 batsmen in international cricket.

2- Wasim Akram

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Pakistan fast bowler Wasim Akram, who is called the 'Sultan of Swing', took 916 wickets after playing a total of 460 international matches. Wasim took 502 wickets in 356 ODIs and 441 wickets playing 104 Tests. During this, Wasim Akram had clean bowled 278 batsmen.

3. Waqar Younis

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Waqar Younis was another fast bowler from Pakistan. Waqar played a total of 349 international matches and took 789 wickets. He is third in terms of bowling the most batsmen. He clean bowled 253 batsmen.

4. Anil Kumble

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Indian leg-spinner Anil Kumble played for India from 1990 to 2008. During this, Kumble played a total of 403 international matches and took 956 wickets at an average of 30.09. He took 619 wickets in Tests and 337 wickets in ODIs. During this, Kumble sent clean bowlers to 186 batsmen.

5. James Anderson

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England fast bowler James Anderson is at number five on this list. Anderson has taken 575 wickets in 149 Tests for England since 2002 and 269 wickets in 194 ODIs and 18 wickets in 19 T-20s. Anderson has clean bowled 180 batsmen playing a total of 362 international matches.

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