Umesh Yadav, who came on the cricket field a week after his father’s death, created havoc in the Indore Test match. In the first innings of the Kangaroos in the Indore Test match, Umesh Yadav destroyed the Australian batting order with his killer and fiery bowling. At one point during the first innings, Australia’s score was 186 for 4, but Umesh Yadav’s deadly bowling suddenly turned the dice. Due to the fiery bowling of Umesh Yadav, the Australian team was bundled out for 197 runs.
On the basis of the first innings against India, Australia has got a lead of only 88 runs, from which Team India can think of returning to the match.
Umesh Yadav has made a big record on Indian soil during this period. Umesh Yadav has become only the fifth fast bowler to complete 100 Test wickets on Indian soil. Umesh Yadav has taken 101 wickets in 61 Test innings on Indian soil.
Umesh is in 13th place, taking the most wickets on Indian soil. The record of taking the most wickets in India is in the name of former great spinner Anil Kumble. Kumble took 350 wickets in 63 Tests on Indian soil. Ashwin is second with 329 wickets, and Harbhajan is third with 265 wickets.
Umesh has taken 168 wickets in 107 innings of 55 matches in Tests. He has taken the most wickets in his cricket career against Australia. He has taken 51 wickets in 15 matches against the Kangaroos since 2011.
Most wickets on Indian soil
- Anil Kumble 350
- Ravichandran Ashwin 329
- Harbhajan Singh 265
- Kapil Dev 219
- Ravindra Jadeja 193
Highest wicket-taker fast bowler in India
- Kapil Dev – 219 wickets
- Javagal Srinath – 108 wickets
- Zaheer Khan – 104 wickets
- Ishant Sharma – 104 wickets
- Umesh Yadav – 101 wickets