Rabada became the eighth South African bowler to score a double century in Test wickets
Karachi: Kagiso Rabada became the eighth South African bowler to complete a double century of Test wickets. The pacer crossed this milestone by taking the wicket of Hassan Ali in the Karachi Test.
Dale Steyn tops the list with 439 wickets, while other notable bowlers include Sean Pollack (421), Makhaya Ann Tenny (390), Alan Donald (330), Morne Morkel (309), Jack Kallis (291) and Vernon Flanders (224). Kagisu Rabada is fourth on the list of youngest 200 wicket takers.
He crossed this milestone at the age of 25 years 248 days, Waqar Younis is at the top of this list, he took 200 wickets at the age of 24 years 26 days, Kapil Dev at the age of 24 years 68 days, Harbhajan Singh at the age of 25 years 74 days. Meanwhile, Aiden Markram became the first opener to make a fifty in the second innings in Asia after 2010. Earlier, Hashim Amla had scored 62 runs in the Abu Dhabi Test. Markram added 48 runs with Dan Elgar, the highest number of prostheses in 19 innings since 2015. Is the largest opening partnership.
Pakistan’s position better but not out of the prostheses match, Rabada
South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has said that Pakistan’s position has improved but they are not out of the match yet. By scoring big in the second innings, the hosts will try to put pressure on the batting line, he said in a virtual press conference. Undoubtedly Pakistan performed well in batting and bowling, the pitch is constantly changing, it is still slow but I don’t know what will be its attitude on the fourth day. The pacer who completed 200 Test wickets said that I will cross this milestone. But I am very happy, thank you very much for your help and support in reaching this place.