In the previous test match against the Proteas, England pacer Stuart Broad got his 100 Test wickets at the Lord’s, with the wicket of South Arica’s Kyle Verreynne. The veteran Stuart Broad, who is England’s second-most noteworthy Test wicket-taker, entered an interesting rundown which just includes three different bowlers to have stepped through 100 wickets at one specific stadium.
One of these three even has this record at more than one ground! However, you will not be stunned to get familiar with his name.
Here are the four bowlers who have stepped through at least 100 test match wickets at one particular venue:
1. James Anderson – (Lord’s)
A bowler who can even swing an orange on the pitch, that is what the legend James Anderson is capable of, he is the lead test match wicket takers amongst the pacers, with 658 dismissals to his name. The Lancashire lad has made a cheerful hunting ground at the Lord’s – with 117 wickets in the ‘Home of Cricket’ in 27 Tests.
The 40 year old pacer, James Anderson has had his name etched on the Honors Board with 7 five-wicket hauls.
2. Muttiah Muralitharan – (Colombo, Kandy and Galle)
The former Sri Lankan spin wizard, Muttiah Muralitharan, who has bagged more than 100 Test match wickets at three separate venues, the ongoing record of 166 wickets at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo, 117 at Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy and 111 wickets at the Galle International Stadium.
Muttiah has put on a show of some mind boggling individual spells, and taken many fivers, at these particular grounds. Muralitharan, who resigned in 2010, is the main wicket taker in the two Tests (800 wickets) and in ODIs (534).
3. Stuart Broad – (Lord’s)
Like his long-term pace bowling accomplice, Stuart Broad additionally utilized the London condition and the incline at this setting, to bag 102 wickets at the ‘World renowned hub of Cricket’, The Lord’s.
Stuart Broad has played 26 Tests at Lord’s and has a fantastic average of 27 here, alongside having taken 2 fivers and one 10-wicket haul.
4. Rangana Herath – (Galle)
Left-arm spinner and previous Sri Lankan captain and Sri Lanka’s second-most noteworthy Test wicket-taker, Rangana Herath, completed his celebrated journey with cricket with a sum of 433 Tests wickets, 102 of those by themselves came at the Galle International Stadium in 19 Tests he played there.
Herath picked 9 five wicket hauls and 3, ten-wicket hauls in Galle as he sent the travelling team batters back to pavilion consistently.