Who is the best Indian ODI bowler?
While the Mumbaikar is the highest run-getter in the format with 18,426 runs, Kohli is the leader among the currently active players with over 12,000 runs. Karthik further named Anil Kumble as the greatest Indian bowler.
Who is the most wicket taker in India?
Anil Kumble- 619 wickets
He is the leading wicket-taker for India in Tests.
Who took 6 wickets in 6 balls?
In a rare instance, a bowler named Aled Carey produced the ‘perfect over’ by taking six wickets in six balls while playing club cricket in Australia.
Who is best all rounder in India?
ICC Player Rankings for Test All-rounders
|Rank||Player||Career Best Rating|
|17||Neil Wagner New Zealand||196 v England, 06/06/2021|
|18||Shardul Thakur India||179 v South Africa, 07/01/2022|
|19||Sikandar Raza Zimbabwe||175 v Afghanistan, 14/03/2021|
|20||Cameron Green Australia||163 v England, 18/01/2022|
Who is the first ODI captain of India?
The Indian team was first led by C. K. Nayudu against England at the Lord’s.
Who took 10 wickets in ODI?
ODI Cricket – All 10 Wickets Taken by 2 Bowlers.
|Bowlers||W P U J C Vaas M Muralitharan|
|Ground||Sinhalese Sports Club Ground|
Who scored most runs in ODI?
Most Runs in ODI
|1||S R Tendulkar||18,426|
|2||K C Sangakkara||14,234|
|3||R T Ponting||13,704|
|4||S T Jayasuriya||13,430|
Is 4 wickets a double hat trick?
In Australia, four wickets in four balls is sometimes referred to as a double hat-trick on the basis that there are two ways of compiling the three-in-three sequence (i.e. wickets 1,2 and 3 or wickets 2,3 and 4).
Who hit 6 sixes in an over?
1) Herschelle Gibbs: The first one to achieve this feat was South African opening batsman Herschelle Gibbs. While batting during a match against Netherlands in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 on March 16, Gibbs unleashed on leg-spin bowler Daan Van Bunge and hit him for six sixes in the 30th over of the game.
Who is the fastest bowler in the world?
World’s all-time fastest bowlers in cricket
|Shoaib Akhtar (Pakistan)||161.3 km/hr (100.2 mph)||England|
|Shaun Tait (Australia)||161.1 km/hr (100.1 mph)||England|
|Brett Lee (Australia)||160.8 km/hr (99.9 mph)||New Zealand|
|Jeffrey Thomson (Australia)||160.6 km/hr (99.8 mph)||West Indies|