Kagiso Rabada Brok the Harbhajan Singh World Record and Achieved this Great Achievement
South Africa’s fast bowler Kagoso Rabada completed his 150 Test wickets in the Galle Test being played against Sri Lanka. He achieved this achievement on the third day of this test. In Sri Lanka’s second innings, Rabada has achieved this big achievement in test cricket, while hunting three. With this, Rabada also broke the world record of spin bowler Harbhajan Singh of Team India.
Sri Lanka’s second innings played down to 196 runs and played the most important role in this. He scored three runs in 12 overs with 44 runs. After dismissing Dilruwan Perera on the fourth ball of 45th over (44.4), Rabada completed 150 wickets in Test cricket. After achieving this achievement, he also broke Harbhajan Singh’s world record. Rabada has now become the youngest bowler to take 150 wickets in Test cricket. Before that, the record was named after Harbhajan Singh. Bhajji achieved this achievement in 2003, at the age of 23 years, 106 days, while Rabada performed this work in 23 years and 50 days.
Rabada took 150 wickets in his 31st Test match At the same time he was the fifth African players also became. Where Rabada played in 31 matches to do this work, HJ Tyfield and Dale Steyn had done this amazing 29-29 matches. The fastest ones to achieve this achievement In African players, Rabada is at number three. Though the African fast bowlers Alan Donald and Shaun Pollock also achieved 150 Test wickets, but they played 33 and 36 Test matches respectively to do so.
Rabada took seven wickets in the match
In this Test match against Sri Lanka, Rabada took seven wickets in a strong bowling attack. In the first innings of Sri Lanka, they were 4 wickets. He hit four batsmen in the first innings with just 50 runs in 14 overs. At the same time this d in the second innings. African fast bowlers took three prey