New Delhi: England fast bowler James Anderson has created history as soon as he enters the Edgbaston Test against New Zealand. James Anderson went on to play the 162nd match of his Test career, with this he has become the player to play the most Test matches for England. In this case, James Anderson broke the record of former English team captain Alastair Cook, who played 161 Test matches for England.
Talking about the players who played the most matches for England, after Anderson and Cook, the name of Stuart Broad comes at the third place, who has played 148 Test matches, while Alec Stuart is at the fourth position with 133 matches. . Fast bowler James Anderson, who created history in the second Test against New Zealand, can achieve another big milestone in this match.
England pacer James Anderson has so far taken 616 wickets during his Test career. If Anderson gets 4 wickets in this match, then he will overtake former India captain Anil Kumble in the list of highest wicket-takers in Test cricket. Anil Kumble did the job of taking 619 wickets during his career.
Not only this, if James Anderson takes 6 wickets in this match, then he will complete 1000 wickets in first class career. Anderson made his debut for England in 2003 and continues to play. If he plays all the matches of the 5-match Test series against India, he will leave behind even Sachin Tendulkar.