The Australian cricket team defeated the England cricket team in their first Ashes test match at the Gabba ground. And in this test match, the Australian cricket team defeated the England cricket team by 9 wickets.
Along with this, Nathan Lyon, performing brilliantly on behalf of the Australian cricket team, took 4 wickets for 91 runs and dismissed the great batsmen of England’s team.
Nathan Lyon is a classical off-spinner whose age is 34 years. And Nathan Lyon completed his 400th Test wicket by dismissing David Malan of the England cricket team in his 400th Test wicket.
Taking 400 Test wickets, he became the 17th player in the world to have taken 400 Test wickets in his Test cricket career.
On top of this, the official Twitter handle of Cricket Australia tweeted saying that Nathan Lyon completed 423 wickets. This player has now become the 17th player in the world who has achieved this milestone. Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath are the only two players to have taken 400 wickets in Test cricket for the Australian cricket team. Now his name has also been added to its list.
On this, when Nathan Lyon was asked how do you feel, Nathan Lyon said that, if I tell you honestly, I do not care at all about how many Test wickets I have taken. I just want to keep playing and keep going. Nathan Lyon took 8 wickets for 50 runs against India in 2017. And this is his best score so far.
In his 101st Test match, Nathan Lyon, a Veteran player, became the 16th player in the world to achieve this feat in his 101st Test match.
On this, Mohan Das Manon made a tweet in which he gave a list, in which he told that the most Test wickets taken by a player in which-
800 Test wickets were taken by Muralitharan in which he played 133 matches.
427 test wickets were taken by Ravichandran Ashwin in which he played 81 test matches.
417 test wickets were taken by Harbhajan Singh in which he played 103 test matches.
401 test wickets were taken by Nathan Lyon in which he played 101 test matches.
309 Test wickets were taken by Lance Gibbs who has played 79 Test matches.
Mohandas Manon issued this tweet on the Ashes Test match.
The world’s highest wicket-taker, Muttiah Muralitharan, is today the top player who has taken 800 test wickets in his international test cricket career, and then comes Shane Warne who has taken 708 test wickets.