A match when all 11 players of the Indian team bowled, Laxman, Dravid and Wasim Jaffer got wickets
Many great bowlers have been entered in the Indian Cricket Team, and it is happening continuously. The Indian team has won many matches during Test cricket by spinners and fast bowlers. It was also seen many times when he had to yearn for wickets for the opposition team. A similar match has happened in West Indies. Where the bowling was done by all the 11 players of the Indian team.
The most important thing was that 6 wickets were taken by the part time bowlers of the Indian team. When the Indian team went to the West Indies in 2002, all 11 players of the Indian team took to the field to bowl during the fourth Test match of the series in Antigua. India’s wicketkeeper during this match was Ajay Ratra, and an over was bowled by him as well.
There was a lot of runs from both the teams during this match. But during the very first innings, Sachin Tendulkar got out on zero. At the same time, during the bowling, Sachin Tendulkar got 2, Wasim Jaffer 2 and Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman could get one wicket each.
Centuries scored by Indian batsmen
India were asked to bat after West Indies won the toss. The same opener batsman Shiv Sundar Das got out after scoring 3 runs. This was followed by 91 by Rahul Dravid and 86 by Wasim Jaffer. At the same time, Sachin Tendulkar was out on zero. But 130 runs were scored by VVS Laxman while batting at the crease.
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Sourav Ganguly returned to the pavilion on 45 runs. A fine 115 was scored by Ajay Ratra, the then new wicket-keeper batsman, and the team declared the innings at 513 for 9.
Brilliant batting like India did by West Indies during their batting. India were not given a wicket by their batsmen even after 4 wickets fell for 196 runs. 136 by Karl Hooper and 136 by Shivnarine Chanderpaul. 118 runs were also scored by wicket-keeper batsman Ridley Jacobs.
Team India was craving for a wicket, so all the bowlers were tried by captain Sourav Ganguly. Part time bowlers could get wickets, but the match ended in a draw. West Indies declared their first innings at 629 for 9, with Ajay Ratra adjudged the man of the match.
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