South African star fast bowler Kagiso Rabada made a historic achievement in Test cricket. He also completed his 200 wickets as soon as he dismissed Hasan Ali on the third day of the first Test against Pakistan. With this, he also took many records.
The 25-year-old Rabada has now become the third bowler to take the fastest 200 Test wickets in terms of balls. He achieved this feat in 8444th ball in his 44th Test career. In this case, ahead of them are Pakistani bowler Waqar Younis (7730) and former South African bowler Dale Steyn (7848).
He became the third fast bowler to take the fastest 200 wickets for South Africa, achieving this feat during the first Test match being played at Pakistan’s Karachi National Stadium. Dale Steyn and Alan Donald are ahead of them in this matter. Not only this, Rabada has also become the fourth youngest bowler to take 200 Test wickets.
However, Rabada holds the top position in terms of strike rate in the list of bowlers taking 200 wickets. He took this wicket with a strike rate of 40.8. In this case, compatriot Dale Steyn holds the second position, taking 439 Test wickets at a strike rate of 42.3.
Talk about the match, Rabada sent three Pakistan players to the pavilion in the first innings. During this, they made Imran Batt, Abid Ali and Hasan Ali their victims.