Most wickets in an Ashes by England Bowler: England fast bowler Stuart Broad has created history
- Stuart Broad creates history
- England’s number one bowler by breaking Ian Botham’s record
- Highest wicket-taker for England in Ashes
Most wickets in an Ashes by England Bowler: England fast bowler Stuart Broad has created history. As Broad dismissed David Warner in Australia’s second innings in the fifth Test, he became the leading wicket-taker for England in the Ashes. By doing so, he broke the record of former veteran Ian Botham. Botham took 128 wickets in his Test career playing 32 matches during the Ashes series. Now Broad has taken 129 wickets in the Ashes series. Bob Biles of England has taken 123 wickets during the Ashes. Another England legend James Anderson has taken a total of 112 wickets in his Ashes career so far.
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By the way, the record for taking the most wickets during the Ashes series is in the name of spinner Shane Warne. Warne played a total of 36 Tests in the Ashes and managed to take a total of 195 wickets during this period. Glenn McGrath is at number two, who has taken a total of 157 wickets in the Ashes.
Most wickets for England in #Ashes
129 Stuart Broad (so far)
128 Ian Botham
123 Bob Willis
112 James Anderson
109 Wilfred Rhodes
106 Sid Barnes
104 Alec Bedser
101 Robert Peel
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You are now looking at England’s highest wicket-taker in Ashes history!
Stuart Broad went past Ian Botham to record his 129th Ashes wicket on dismissing David Warner.
— ICC (@ICC) January 15, 2022
Warner out for 0 in both the innings
The fifth Test was not special for David Warner. Warner was dismissed for 0 in both the innings of the fifth Test. This is the first time since 2019 that Warner was dismissed for 0 in both the innings of the Test. Earlier in 2019, during the Old Trafford Test match, Warner was dismissed for 0 in both the innings. At the same time, Stuart Broad has dismissed Warner for the 14th time in Tests.
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England’s first innings was reduced to 188
In response to Australia’s 303 runs, England’s first innings was dismissed for 188 runs. Australia took a vital lead of 115 runs on the basis of the first innings. Pat Cummins took 4 wickets for Australia, while Starc got 3 wickets in his account. Australia has won the first 3 Tests in the 5-Test series. The fourth test match ended in a draw.
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