New Zealand spinner Ejaz Patel has created history against India. In the Test match played at Wankhede, Mumbai, he took 10 wickets in an innings. He became only the third bowler in the world to do so in international cricket. India legend Anil Kumble did this against Pakistan. England legend Jim Laker was the first to take 10 wickets in an innings in Tests.
The last match of the two Test series being played between India and New Zealand in Mumbai has now been recorded in the pages of history. In this match, the Kiwi spinner single-handedly forced the Indian to kneel. Team India scored 325 runs in the first innings and all 10 wickets in this innings were in the name of Ejaz. He took four wickets in the first day’s play in this match. The spinner created history by getting the remaining six Indian players out on the second day of the match.
Ajaz created history:
England spinner Jim Laker created history by taking 10 wickets in an innings in 1956 against Australia in Manchester. He became the first bowler in the world who had done such a charisma against an international team. After this, Indian legendary spinner Anil Kumble repeated this charisma at the Feroz Shah Kotla ground in Delhi while playing against Pakistan in the year 1999. He became the second bowler to take 10 wickets in an innings in international cricket.
New Zealand spinner Ejaz Patel took India’s 10 wickets in an innings at the Wankhede in Mumbai. He did this wonder and registered his name in that special list in which reaching is no less than a dream. Jim Laker took 10 wickets for 53 runs while Kumble took 10 wickets in an innings after spending 74 runs. Now for 119 runs against India, Ijaz did a wonderful job of taking 10 wickets.