Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Pak vs NZ Test: Pakistan's 'magic' leg spinner Yasir Shah in the same match equals Anil Kumble ...

Pakistan's star player leg spinner Yasir Shah has been in danger of losing to New Zealand because of his outstanding bowling performance in the Second Test.

Pak vs NZ Test: Pakistan's 'magic' leg spinner Yasir Shah in the same match equals Anil Kumble ...


Pakistan's star player leg spinner Yasir Shah has been in danger of losing to New Zealand because of his outstanding bowling performance in the Second Test. In this Test being played in Dubai, Kiwi batsmen, dancing on Yasir Shah's spin Yasir,
                                       
                                           Who took 8 wickets during New Zealand's first innings on Monday, equaled a record of Anil Kumble. It is worth noting that New Zealand's innings, which had lost 50 wickets without a wicket in the first innings, dramatically collapsed and seeing the whole team pavilion sat. New Zealand were forced to follow in the match.

On the third day, on the stumps, New Zealand's second innings was 131 for two wickets, and both of them were also won by Yasir. The Pakistan team announced their first innings after 418 runs on 5 wickets. During this time Babar Azam and Harris Sohail had scored centuries for the team. In the Test series, New Zealand's team is 1-0 ahead at this time. In the first Test, he had won an exciting 4 runs.



Now talk is the special record of Yasir Shah. Yasir equalized the record of Indian leg-spinner Anil Kumble, taking 8 wickets in the first innings on Monday and taking two wickets in the second innings to 10 wickets in one day. The New Zealand team lost the wickets of Vijay Rawal (2) and captain Ken Williams (30) in their second innings on the follow-up, following the follow-on. Both of these wickets are Yasir Shah. While Raval was stumped by wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed, Williamson was caught by wicketkeeper Sarfaraz only. Earlier, Yasir took 8 wickets in the first innings of New Zealand on Monday.


Anil Kumble of India made a record of taking 10 wickets in the day on 7 February 1999 against Pakistan. He had done the task of taking all the 10 wickets in the Delhi Test. It is a different matter that Kumble had achieved the feat of taking 10 wickets in the same innings, while Yasir Shah took 2 wickets in the first innings and 2 wickets in the second innings to take 10 wickets in the day. was.



Apart from Anil Kumble, England's Jim Laker himself had a record of taking 10 wickets in a Test innings. During the first innings of New Zealand, Yasir Shah took seven wickets in 27 balls. He got one wicket in 12.3 overs in first innings and took eight wickets with eight wickets. This is the third best bowling analysis in the innings of any Test from Pakistan. Only after Pakistan's Abdul Qadir and Sarfaraz Nawaz, they have recorded excellent bowling speeches from Yasir Shah in the Test innings.