Year Ender 2021 Indian cricketer Team Made These Five Special Records This Year
In the year 2021, there was nothing special for the Indian cricket team in the limited-overs game but in the Test format, the team raised its flag. During this, the team and Indian players also made many records in their name.
Indian Team Becomes First Asian Team to win Test Series Twice In Australia
Cricket returned once again in the year 2021 amid the threat of the Corona epidemic. This year many big tournaments were organized around the world. Apart from the bilateral series, the first World Test Championship final and the return of the T20 World Cup after five years filled cricket fans with excitement. While New Zealand became the first Test champion, Australia won the T20 World Cup title for the first time.
Rohit Sharma becomes Second Batsman To Score 3000 Runs In All Formats
Team Indian started the year with a bang. the team led by Ajinkya Rahane won their second Test series on Australian soil. He defeated the Kangaroos for the first time at the Gabba. Virat Kohli played the first match of the series in which the team got a crushing defeat. After this Kohli returned home after taking paternity leave. But after that, the team made a strong comeback and managed to create history even in the absence of many star players. India won the series2-1 Team India had earlier defeated Australia in their home in 2018as well.
Brilliant Explosives Style Of Rohit Sharma With the Bat
Rohit Sharma's brilliant performance with the bat and explosive style was seen this year as well. He always kept the pressure on the opposition bowlers and smashed them a lot. He achieved a special achievement in the T20 World Cup held in UAE. He became the batsman to score the most number of 50-plus scores in T20 Internationals. Apart from this, Rohit also completed 150 sixes in T20 Internationals and became the second batsman to do so.
Ravindran Ashwin Surpasses Harbhajan Singh In Teams Of Taking Most Wickets In Test Cricket
This year has been very special for India's experienced off-spinner Ravindran Ashwin. He returned to T20 internationals after a long time. However, he once again left his mark in Test cricket. He recently broke Harbhajan Singh's record of 417 wickets in the Test series against New Zealand. He reached the third position in the list of India's highest Test wicket-taker. He also became the second most successful spinner for India. Apart from this, Ashwin became the fifth bowler in the world to take the most wickets. Only Muttiah Muralitharan (800), Shane Warne (708), Anil Kumble (619), and Rangana Herath (433) are ahead of him.
Axar Patel Became the Indian Spinner to take the most five- Wicket Hauls in the first five Tests
This year was very memorable for India's left-arm spinner Axar Patel. He Spread the magic of his spin in Test cricket and troubled the opposition batsman a lot. He Recently took five wickets in the Test series against New Zealand with this, he became the Indian spinner to take the most five-wicket hauls in the first five test matches. He defeated Narendra Hirwani and Laxman Sivaramakrishnan in this matter. Akshar has taken 36 wickets in his first five Tests.