Ishant breaks Kapil Dev’s record, sets a new record on England soil, wtc final Ishant Sharma beaks kapil dev records taking Conway wicket

New Delhi. The final match of the ICC World Test Championship between India and New Zealand is being played in Southampton, England. By the end of the third day’s play, New Zealand had scored 101 runs in the first innings for the loss of 2 wickets. In this, Tom Latham’s wicket was taken by Ravichandran Ashwin, while Devon Conway’s wicket was taken by Ishant Sharma. As soon as Conway took the wicket, Ishant broke the record of former Team India captain Kapil Dev and made a new record in his name. In fact, after taking Conway’s wicket, Ishant has become the highest wicket-taker Indian bowler in Tests on England soil.

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India made 217 in the first innings
India scored 217 runs in the first innings. India’s 7 wickets fell early on the third day and Virat Kohli’s swashbuckling failed to score big. Tom Latham and Devon Conway gave the New Zealand team a good start, but the pair was broken by Ishant and Ashwin. Conway scored his third career fifty in his third Test match. As they were moving towards the big innings, Ishant Sharma brought a sigh of relief to Team India by getting Conway out to Shami.

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Ishant completed 44 wickets on England soil
With the wicket of Devon Conway, Ishant Sharma completed 44 wickets on England soil. Before Ishant, Kapil Dev took 43 wickets and was the highest wicket-taker Indian bowler in England.

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