James Anderson made a unique ‘100’, created history

between England and Australia Ashes Series The second match of the match is progressing in an exciting manner. Australia has completely kept its hold in the match. But in the meantime, England’s legendary fast bowler James Anderson has done a great job. He has become the first and only player in the world to be not out 100 times in Test cricket. But you will be surprised to know that not a single Indian is included in the top-5 players who are not out for the most times in Tests.

James Anderson returned 100 not out

England’s legendary fast bowler James Anderson is currently seen in action in the second match of the Ashes series. England fast bowler James Anderson has created history in Test cricket. At the age of 39, Anderson has also become the first cricket player in the world to achieve this feat. Actually, Anderson has made the record of being not out for the most times in Test cricket.

He achieved this feat in the match being played in Adelaide. When the English team lost its 10th wicket in the first innings of the match in the form of Stuart Broad and James Anderson, who came to bat at number 11, remained unbeaten on 5 runs.

No Indian in top-5

After England’s legendary pacer James Anderson, the second name in the case of being not out in Tests comes from former West Indies legend Courtney Walls (61). Sri Lanka at number three muttiah muralitharan (56) exists. England’s Bob Wills (55) was unbeaten in his Test career. The name of New Zealand’s Chris Martin (52) comes at number 5.

But the surprising thing is that no Indian is included in the top-5. Ishant Sharma’s name comes at number 8 in this list, who has returned unbeaten (47) times.

The match is visible in the hands of Australia

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The second match between England and Australia being played in Adelaide is currently completely in the hands of the Kangaroo team. Batting first after winning the toss, Australia declared the innings at 473-9 in the first innings. After this, the Kangaroo bowlers bundled out England for 236.

In the second innings, Australia again declared the innings at 230-9 and set a target of 468 runs. tell me, Ashes Series The first match of 2014, which was played at the Gabba, was won by the hosts by 9 wickets to take a 1–0 lead in the series.