Javagal Srinath

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Javagal Srinath
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Personal information
Born (1969-08-31) 31 August 1969 (age 44)
Mysore, Karnataka, India
Batting style Right hand bat
Bowling style Right arm fast medium
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 193) 29 November 1991 v Australia
Last Test 30 October 2002 v West Indies
ODI debut (cap 81) 18 October 1991 v Pakistan
Last ODI 23 March 2003 v Australia
Career statistics
Competition Tests ODIs
Matches 67 229
Runs scored 1009 883
Batting average 14.21 10.63
100s/50s -/4 -/1
Top score 76 53
Balls bowled 2517.2 1989.1
Wickets 236 315
Bowling average 30.49 28.08
5 wickets in innings 10 3
10 wickets in match 1 n/a
Best bowling 8/86 5/23
Catches/stumpings 22/- 32/-
Source: [1], 22 December 2005

'Javagal Srinath About this sound pronunciation  (born 31 August 1969) is a former Indian cricketer and current ICC Match Referee. He's considered among India's finest fast bowlers and remains the only Indian fast bowler to have taken more than 300 wickets in ODIs.[1]

He was a frontline fast bowler for the Indian cricket team until his retirement, being the second Indian pace bowler after Kapil Dev to take 200 Test wickets. One ball during the 1996 tour of South Africa measured 156 km/h (97 mph). He also clocked 93mp/h at the 1999 World Cup.[2]

In the 1999 World Cup, speed guns were installed before the first match of the Super Sixes between India and Australia on 4 June 1999. The speed guns were unveiled one day before, by Srinath and McGrath. [3]

And Srinath was recorded at 93 miles per hour (149.7 km/hr), while McGrath, although fastest of the rest, was way behind at 88 mph (141.5 km/hr). Srinath bowled 5 miles quicker than McGrath, more than 8 km quicker. [4] or [5] or [6]

After Srinath announced his retirement in Nov 2003, an Indian newspaper again reported that he had indeed been recorded at 156+ kph by South African speed guns.

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The precise date and match is available in South Africa in the 1996-97 tour where Srinath was recorded at 157 km/hr. This was on 27 January 1997 at Paarl, in the game between India and Zimbabwe, which turned out to be a thrilling tie- both sides scoring 236. The then Zimbabwe Captain Alistair Campbell said about this game: "We then moved on to our second game against India, at Boland Bank Park. In all 236 was quite a decent score, as it wasn't the easiest of pitches to bat on, and Srinath I think bowled the quickest that any of our guys had ever seen. He bowled a really quick spell early on, even quicker than Allan Donald; he was timed at 157 km/h, a good 10 km/h faster than Donald was bowling throughout the tournament. Grant Flower was hit on the thigh pad, and when he came off he said he thought he had broken his leg". (See paragraph 7 of the article by clicking on the below link).

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He took 44 wickets in the 1992, 1996, 1999 and 2003 editions of Cricket World Cups. He is the joint highest wicket taker for India across World Cups, the other being Zaheer Khan who took same number of wickets in 2003, 2007 and 2011 editions.[9] He has taken 8 wickets in second innings Kolkata 1999–2000 test match India vs Pakistan and he took 35 wickets against South Africa in 6 test matches in 1996 – 1997.

Personal life[edit]

Srinath was born in Mysore, Javagal in Hassan district, Karnataka. He was attracted towards cricket right from an early age. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Instrumentation Technology from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering (SJCE), Mysore.

He was married to Jyothsna in 1999 but mutually agreed to a divorce. He remarried in 2008 to Madhavi Patravali, a journalist.

Career summary[edit]

Although Srinath was a batsman as a youth, it was in a club match that he caught the eye of former Indian Test batsman Gundappa Viswanath, then a selector for the state team. In 1989/90, Srinath made his first-class debut for Karnataka against Hyderabad, taking a hat trick in the first innings. He followed this with wickets off successive balls in the second innings. Srinath finished the season with 25 wickets from six matches, and took another 20 the following season. The second season involved a display of reverse swing against Maharashtra at the Nehru Stadium in Pune, taking 7/93 to dismiss the home team for 311 in response to a Karnataka total of 638 on a good batting track.

Srinath made his One Day International debut in the Wills Trophy at Sharjah in 1991. He is also India's most prolific wicket-taker at World Cups with 44 wickets from 34 matches. He remains India's highest wicket taker in ODI matches as a fast bowler and only Indian pacer to surprass 300 wicket tally in ODI matches. Only other Indian bowler to achieve this feat is Anil Kumble who is a spinner.

Srinath then was selected to the Indian cricket team for the 1991/92 tour of Australia. Making his Test debut against Australia at Brisbane, he took 3/59 while playing as the third pace bowler. He finished the tour with ten wickets at 55.30. He was given an opportunity to take the new ball against South Africa in Cape Town, where he took an economical 4/33 in 27 overs. Srinath ended the tour with 12 wickets at 26.08. However, due to wickets in India being conducive to spin, he subsequently spent seven consecutive home Tests watching from the sidelines as India only fielded two pacemen. It was not until three years after his international debut, in late 1994 and with the retirement of Kapil Dev that Srinath played his first home Test, against the West Indies. He took five wickets and scored 60 in the second innings to be named Man of the Match as India won by 96 runs. His increased opportunities also coincided with an improvement in his batting, scoring two half-centuries in the series. Srinath took over 500 first class wickets, playing for Karnataka he took 96 at 24.06. In 1995, he joined Gloucestershire, and took 87 wickets in his one and only season with them including taking 9–76 against Glamorgan. He has also played English county cricket with Leicestershire and Durham.[10]

In the 1996–97 series in South Africa, Srinath's speeds were timed at 150 km/h with one particular delivery measured at 156 km/h.[11] The then Zimbabwe captain Alistair Campbell revealed that Srinath was recorded at 157 km/hr on 27 January 1997 in the game at Paarl between India and Zimbabwe. [12]

For many years, Srinath was India's only regular pace bowler, and the workload is often believed to be the partial cause of injuries, which forced him to undergo an operation on his right shoulder in 1997.[13]

Some critics argue that Srinath's average and strike rate suffered as a result of bowling on the predominantly dry and spin-friendly wickets in India; however, his average at home was in fact superior to his average away from India: Srinath knew how to reverse swing the ball.[14]

Javagal Srinath counts among the few fighter cum gentlemen in Indian cricket in the same league as Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Anil Kumble, and Robin Singh. Among his best friends was former teammate Anil Kumble. Srinath and Kumble got married on the same day. When Kumble was looking to take his tenth wicket in the India-Pakistan test in 1999, Srinath, who was bowling from the other end, was trying to bowl way outside the off stump to avoid taking the final wicket in order for Kumble to get to the record.Anil Kumble always gives full credit to him for his perfect 10 against Pakistan as Srinath bowled consecutive wide balls in test match to avoid taking wicket.After Kapil Dev, he led the Indian fast bowling attack for over 12 years. He was the 2nd bowler after Kapil Dev who took 200 wickets in Test Cricket and with his 236 test wickets; he is among the top wicket takers. He is also the top ODI wicket taker with his 315 ODI wickets and the first one to mark 300 ODI wickets for India. He was the fastest 100 wicket taker in ODI and highest wicket taker in World Cup (44). Who can forget his destructive spell of 6/21 against South Africa in 1996, which not only saved India's certain defeat but bagged the victory as well.

1991

Srinath made his One Day International debut in the Wills Trophy at Sharjah in 18 Oct 1991.he made his Test cricket on 29 Nov 1991 against Australia. he played 11 ODI matches and 2 test matches in the debut year and taket 14 ODI wickets at an average of 30.00

1992

Srinath was selected for 1992 Cricket World Cup, even though Indian team had a poor performance in the world cup Srinath had taken 8 wickets at an econ 4.68, the continued to play for national team as a 3rd bowler in both formats of game from the year 1992. He played 6 test matches and 19 ODI for the national team, he was selected for Zimbabwe tour in 1992 Srinath 3/35 against made Zimbabwe allout for 209 and India won the match by 30 runs

1993

Srinath got his first man of the match award in ODI & test cricket in this year against South Africa in test match at Cape Town and against Sri Lanka in ODI at Kanpur.he had played 18 ODI matches and taken 34 wickets at an average of 19.00, he had taken 5 wickets in an ODI match two time in the year 1993,india won many match with srinath excellent bowling spell, he played 3 test matches in the year 1993 and taken 9 wickets at an average of 18.00 .

  • 5/41, 3/37 & 3/41 against England

1994

Srinath played 4 test matches and 23 ODI matches in the year 1994, he had taken 13 test wickets and 33 ODI wickets at an average of 25.00, srinath got his secondman of match award in test cricket against West Indies in Bombayscored 60 runs of 72 balls coming at 9th place and he had taken 4 wicket in the second innings

1995

Srinath became the main bowler in 1995, after the retirement of Kapil Dev, but due to injuries he played only 3 test matches and 12 ODI for the Indian team. With Srinath's spell of 3/24 New Zealand were all out for 145 in the 1st innings and India won the test match by 8 wickets, the remaining 2 matches was stopped because of rain, and in ODI he had taken 17 wickets, he received his second ODI man of the match at Mumbai against New Zealand

1996

Srinath along with Venkatesh Prasad used to open the match with a new ball, Srinath for the second time was selected for World Cup as a main pace bowler. He had a successful career in the year 1996; he had taken 33 test and 33 ODI wickets in this year. He received his 3rd man of the match in test match with his excellent performance of 6/21 against South Africa.He was used as a pinch hitter in the Titan Cup by then captain Sachin Tendulkar which paid off by scoring a fifty.India eventually won the Titan Cup.

  • '53 (69), 4*4 6*1 against [South Africa in Rajkot]

1997

During the 1996–97 season he had taken 35 wickets against South Africa in 6 test matches, and in the year 1997 he had taken 22 test wickets and 15 ODI wickets, and 5 wickets against South Africa in Johannesburg

1998

Due to injury problem Srinath missed the 3rd Test against Australia in Bangalore in March 1998, the immediate next one after the one in Kolkata where he had been the man-of-the-match. India played only 5 Tests, and Srinath ended up playing 4. In the year 1998, he had taken 17 wickets in test matches and 37 wickets in 19 ODI matches at an average of 22.00. Srinath had taken highest ODI wickets in this year, he achieved his career best bowling oin this year.

1999

Srinath was selected for the 3rd time to world cup, he has a record of 11 Maidens in this world cup and his ECON was 4.26 during the world cup season, he had taken 11 wickets in the World Cup, Srinath has the world's best bowling figures (13wickets for 132 runs) in a test match against Pakistan 8/86 &5/46. He had taken a 44 test wickets and 34 ODI wickets in this year . He received two-man of match awards in test matches in 1999 year both at Kolkata.

2000

With the change in Indian captain from 2000 year Srinath was given less overs compared to Anil Kumble in test matches, he was mostly taken into team for ODI matches and for abroad test matches, he has taken 21 test wickets and 15 ODI wickets. He had taketn 9 wickets in a test match against Zimbabwe at Delhi. He received his last test man of the match in this year .

2001

Srinath was out of the team for many days during this year, with the emerging bowlers like zaheer khan, ajith agarkar, he stayed out of the team for few matches, he played 8 test matches and 15 ODI matches in this year, even though he played few matches he was successful in getting 33 test wickets in this year at an average of 27.00

2002

Srinath's test career ended in 2002, when he only played against the West Indies and Zimbabwe, taking 20 test wickets. He also took 20 ODI wickets with an excellent spell of 4/23 and against New Zealand, he took 7 wickets for 87 runs.

2003

Srinath wanted to retire even from ODI, but at the request of Indian captain Sourav Ganguly he agreed to play until the World Cup, and gave consistent performances in the World Cup, which helped the team reach the final. In the season leading to the world cup, he participated in India tour of New Zealand in January, a few week before the world cup, where he took 18 wickets in 7 matches.

Srinath played his last international in the World Cup in 2003, he was the leading Indian wicket taker in world cups and performed well in all matches from starting match till the final. He took 16 wickets in the World Cup at an average of 23.06 and Econ of 4.04. When Srinath retired from the international cricket he was at the 8th place in ICC Player Rankings bowlers with rating 701 points.

Cricket World Cup[edit]

Javagal Srinath is the only Indian fast bowler to appear in 4 World Cups. Srinath retired from international cricket after the 2003 World Cup in South Africa in which he performed strongly until the final against Australia, when he conceded 87 off his 10 overs in the 2003 World Cup final against Australia . But he had a good spell in the previous two matches where he conceded just 20 runs in 8 overs with an economy of 2.50 against New Zealand and just 11 runs in 7 overs with an economy of 1.57 against kenya in 2003 World Cup semi final. When he retired from international cricket he was at the 8th place in ICC Player Rankings bowlers with rating 701 points.

Table: Javagal Srinath World Cup Statistics
# YEAR Innings Overs Maidens Runs Wickets E.con Bow.Avg S/R
1 1992 07 53.1 03 249 08 4.68 31.25 39.87
2 1996 07 65.4 03 293 08 4.46 36.62 49.25
3 1999 08 73.2 11 313 12 4.26 26.08 36.67
4 2003 11 91.1 04 369 16 4.04 23.06 34.18
5 TOTAL 33 283.2 21 1224 44 4.32 27.81 38.60

Career against South Africa[edit]

Srinath had a more successful career against South Africa than any other Indian player, he took more than 60 test wickets with an avg of 24.48 against South Africa, during the South Africa tour of India he had taken 17 wickets in 3 test matches and during India tour of South Africa he had taken 18 wickets in 3 test matches, only during the year november1996 – January 1997 he had taken 35 wicket in 6 test matches with an average of 24.94

Career against New Zealand[edit]

Javagal Srinath had successful Test match career against New Zealand both as batsmen and bowler, he has a batting average of 34.00 and scored 76 at Hamilton. he has taken 33 test wickets in 9 test matches with an average of 27.69 and in ODI he had taken 51 wickets in 30 matches with an average of 20.41

Retirement[edit]

Srinath retired from international cricket after the 2003 World Cup in South Africa in which he performed strongly until the final against Australia, when he conceded 87 off his 10 overs in the 2003 World Cup final against Australia . but till the semi final 2003 World Cup his bowling average was 17.62 with an ECON of 3.48 .

Srinath had a good spell in the previous two matches he conceded just 20 runs in 8 over with Econ 2.50 against new zealand and just 11 runs in 7 overs with Econ 1.57 against kenya in 2003 World Cup semi final .

When Srinath retired from the international cricket he was in 8th place in the ICC Player Rankings bowlers with rating 701 points.

After Retirement[edit]

He toured England with the famous Lashings World XI team in the summer of 2005, and also served as a commentator for the India-England Test series in 2006. Once in an interview, 1992 World cup winning Pakistan captain Imran Khan said, after watching him bowl 150 km/h speed on Indian pitches, that Srinath is the most grossly underrated bowler in the world. It was Courtney Walsh who recommended Srinath to the county when he got injured and was asked to recommend someone.

Match Referee[edit]

In April 2006, he was selected as a match referee by the International Cricket Council and served during the 2007 World Cup.[14] So far, he has officiated as ICC match referee in 24 Test matches, 122 ODIs and 25 T20Is.[15]

ODI Wickets[edit]

Javagal Srinath is the fastest Indian bowler to take 200, 250 and 300 wickets in ODI and the second fastest Indian to reach 150 wickets. He is also the leading wicket taker at Sharjah Cricket Stadium where he had taken 39 wickets.

Javgal Srinath is one of the eleven bowlers who had taken 300 wickets in one day international cricket, and the onlyIndian fast bowler to take 300 wickets .

ODI Wickets[edit]

Table: Javagal Srinath ODI WICKETS
# Opponent Matches Wickets Bowling aAverage Best Bowling Econ
1 Pakistan 36 54 30.68 4 / 49 5.04
2 New Zealand 30 51 20.41 4 / 23 3.93
3 England 21 35 23.68 5 / 41 4.38
4 Sri Lanka 28 34 28.02 5 / 24 4.41
5 Australia 29 33 36.78 4 / 30 4.89
6 West Indies 24 31 27.74 3 / 34 4.17
7 Zimbabwe 17 30 19.16 3 / 35 3.76
8 South Africa 33 28 50.25 2 / 34 4.84
9 Kenya 06 06 27.16 2 / 13 3.18
10 Bangladesh 02 06 07.33 5 / 23 2.44
11 Netherlands 01 04 07.50 4 / 30 3.27
12 United Arab Emirates 01 03 16.33 3 / 49 4.90
  • 5 wickets in innings — 03
  • 4 wickets in innings — 07
  • 3 wickets in innings — 27

One Day International 5-Wicket Hauls[edit]

Table: Javagal Srinath 5 wickets ODI MATCHES
# Opponent Year Ground OVERS-MAIDENS-RUNS-WICKETS Remarks
1 Bangladesh 10 January 1998 Dhaka 10.0 – 4 – 23 – 5 Man of the Match
2 Sri Lanka 7 November 1993 Kanpur 06.4 – 1 – 24 – 5 Man of the Match
3 England 26 February 1993 Bangalore 09.0 – 1 – 41 – 5 Home Ground

Test match wickets[edit]

Javagal Srinath was the 2nd bowler after Kapil Dev who took 200 wickets in Test Cricket and with his 236 test wickets; he is among the top wicket takers .he has taken 8 wickets in second innings Kolkata 1999–2000 test match india vs pakistan and his destructive spell of 6/21 against South Africa in 1996, not only saved India's certain defeat but bagged the victory too and he had taken 35 wickets against South Africa out of 6 test matches in 1996 – 1997 .

When the Indian opener Sadagoppan Ramesh tried to catch a Pakistani player, he was causioned by Javagal Srinath not to try and take a catch because Anil Kumble should take all 10 Wickets. This was revealed by S.Ramesh in an interview via 10 Sports; about the particular match "Anil Kumble's 10 wickets against Pakistan at Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi in 1999″.When Kumble was looking to take his tenth wicket in the India-Pakistan test in 1999, Srinath, who was bowling from the other end, was trying to bowl way outside the off stump to avoid taking the final wicket in order for Kumble to get to the record. Anil Kumble always gives full credit to him for his perfect 10 against Pakistan as Srinath bowled consecutive wide balls in test match to avoid taking wicket"

Test Match Wickets[edit]

Table: Javagal Srinath Test Match Wickets
# Opponent Matches Wickets Bowling Average Best Bowling Econ
1 South Africa 13 64 24.48 6 / 21 2.83
2 New Zealand 09 33 27.69 6 / 45 2.61
3 Zimbabwe 08 30 28.70 5 / 60 2.60
4 Australia 11 30 42.33 4 / 130 3.13
5 West Indies 11 25 40.88 4 / 48 2.75
6 Pakistan 03 17 20.64 8 / 88 3.47
7 England 05 17 38.47 4 / 73 2.93
8 Sri Lanka 06 17 28.88 5 / 114 3.24
9 Bangladesh 01 03 22.00 3 / 19 2.00
  • 5 wickets in innings — 10
  • 4 wickets in innings — 08
  • 3 wickets in innings — 24

Test 5-Wicket Hauls[edit]

Table: 5 wickets in Test cricket
Javagal Srinath has taken 5 wickets in an innings 10 times.[16]
# Opponent Venue Season Performance
1 Pakistan Kolkata 16 February 1999 27.0 – 06 – 86 – 8
10 Wicket Match
2 South Africa Ahmedabad 20 November 1996 11.5 – 04 – 21 – 6
3 New Zealand Mohali 10 October 1999 22.0 – 09 – 45 – 6
4 South Africa Port Elizabeth 16 November 2001 30.0 – 06 – 76 – 6
5 Pakistan Kolkata 16 February 1999 19.0 – 04 – 46 – 5
6 Zimbabwe Delhi 18 November 2000 24.1 – 06 – 60 – 5
7 New Zealand Hamilton 2 January 1999 32.2 – 10 – 95 – 5
8 South Africa Johannesburg 16 January 1997 25.1 – 05 – 104 – 5
9 Sri Lanka Galle 14 August 2001 24.5 – 05 – 114 – 5
10 South Africa Bloemfontein 3 November 2001 33.0 – 06 – 140 – 5

Batting statistics[edit]

Table: TEST MATCHBATTING
Javagal Srinath TEST BATTING
# Opponent Venue Season Performance
1 New Zealand Hamilton 02 Janunary 1999 76(158), 4*11 . 6*1
2 West Indies Bombay 18 November 1994 60 (72), 4*6 . 6*1
3 England Birmingham 6 June 1996 52 (65), 4*9 . 6*0
4 West Indies Mohali 10 December 1994 52 (96), 4*4 . 6*1
Table: ODI BATTING
Javagal Srinath ODI BATTING
# Opponent Venue Season Performance
1 Sri Lanka Rajkot 29 October 1996 53 (69), 4*4 . 6*1

Though his batting average is not impressive, he has played quite a few scintillating innings and won matches for India with his batting.In October 1996,Javagal Srinath along with Anil Kumble helped India to win a scintiallating ODI match against Australia in Bangalore in Titan Cup,thus securing a berth in the finals for India..The duo added 52 runs for 9th wicket partnership,after Sachin Tendulkar got out at 88 when India was 164/8,chasing a target of 216 runs.He scored a vital 30 runs off 23 balls.[17][18] Srinath's innings including 2 fours and a six. In the same series, he also scored a 50 against South Africa in Rajkot. India eventually went on to win the Titan Cup.

Srinath had a good Test batting average of 20.00 when Mohammad Azharuddin was Indian captain, Srinath scored 3 half centuries and 76 runs against New Zealand, during 1994–1995 his test batting average was near to 35.00, Azharuddin promoted Srinath to being a top order batsmen, in many matches he came to bat as third and fourth batsmen along with top order batsmens Azharuddin, Ajay Jadeja and Rahul Dravid.

Player of The Match honors[edit]

ODI cricket[edit]

Table: Man of the match awards in ODI cricket
Javagal Srinath has won five Man of the match awards in ODI cricket.[19]
# Opponent Venue Season Performance Note
1 Sri Lanka Kanpur 7 November 1993 06.4 – 1 – 24 – 5 Sri Lanka 203 allout

India won by 7 wickets
2 New Zealand Mumbai 29 November 1995 06.0 – 0 – 22 – 2 New Zealand 126 all out

New Zealand lost 4 wickets for 38 runs

India won by 6 wickets
3 Sri Lanka Singapore 3 April 1996 10.0 – 0 – 35 – 4 & & 28* notout Sri Lanka 187 allout

Sri Lanka Lost 4 wickets for 23 runs

India won by 12 runs
4 Bangladesh Dhaka 10 January 1998 10.0 – 4 – 23 – 5 Bangladesh 190 allout

Bangladesh Lost 4 wickets for 22 runs

India won by 4 wickets
5 Sri Lanka Johannesburg 10 March 2003 09.0 – 1 – 35 – 4 Sri Lanka 109 allout

Sri Lanka Lost 3 wickets for 3 runs

India won by 183 runs

TEST cricket[edit]

Table: Man of the match awards in Test cricket
Javagal Srinath has won SEVEN Man of the match awards in TEST cricket.[20]
# Opponent Venue Season Performance
1 South Africa Cape Town 02 Janunary 1993 25.0 – 06 – 51 – 2

27.0 – 10 – 33 – 4
2 West Indies Bombay 18 November 1994 13.0 – 05 – 37 – 1

20.0 – 08 – 48 – 4

60Runs ( 72 balls) 4 * 6, 6 * 1
3 South Africa Ahmedabad 20 November 1996 19.1 – 07 – 47 – 2

11.5 – 04 – 21 – 6
4 Australia Kolkata 18 March 1998 17.0 – 01 – 80 – 3

19.0 – 06 – 44 – 3
5 Pakistan Kolkata 16 February 1999 19.0 – 04 – 46 – 5

27.0 – 06 – 86 – 8

10+ Wicket Match, 8 / 86 & 5 / 46
6 New Zealand Mohali 10 October 1999 22.0 – 09 – 45 – 6

31.0 – 09 – 63 – 2
7 Zimbabwe Delhi 18 November 2000 35.0 – 09 – 81 – 4

24.1 – 06 – 60 – 5

Records[edit]

  • Srinath has the world's best bowling figures (13 wickets for 132 runs) in a test match (sum of both innings) while ending up on the losing side.[21]
  • Highest number of wickets in world cups by an Indian bowler
  • Highest number of wickets in ODIs among Indian fast bowlers
  • 3rd Highest wicket taker among Indian fast bowlers in test matches after Kapil Dev and Zaheer Khan
  • 2nd Indian to take 300 ODI Wickets,
  • One of the 11 bowlers who has taken more than 300 ODI Wickets

Awards and honors[edit]

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