Top-5 Bowlers Bowled Most Maiden Overs In Test Cricket,Kumble In List

1. Muttiah Muralitharan (1792 Maiden) Former Lankan great spinner Muttiah Muralitharan, the highest wicket-taker in Test cricket history, played 133 matches in his Test career in which he bowled 7339.5 overs. During this, he bowled 1792 overs in which the batsman could score a run. Muralitharan has taken 800 wickets in his Test career. During this, he took more than 5000 wickets in an innings 67 times. Muralitharan tops the list of bowling most maiden overs.

2. Shane Warne (1762 Maiden)Former great spinner Shane Warne, who played for Australia, was known for his precise line and length. Shane Warne played 145 matches in Test in which 6784 overs were bowled. There were 1762 overs in which the batsman could not score any runs. Shane Warne has taken 708 wickets in his Test career. His best performance in an innings was 8 for 71.

3. Anil Kumble (1575 Maiden)Former great spinner Anil Kumble, who is called India’s biggest match winner in Test cricket, played 132 Test matches in his career. During this, he bowled 6808 overs, out of which 1575 were overs in which the batsman could not score any runs. Anil Kumble has taken 609 wickets in his career. Anil Kumble is at the top in taking the most wickets in Tests for India.

4. Jimmy Anderson (1536 Maiden) James Anderson, the fast bowler who took the most wickets in Tests for England, is counted among the greatest fast bowlers of all time in Test cricket. Sometimes in the spell itself, Anderson changes the course of the match. Anderson is 5962 years old in 166 matches played so far out of which 1536 have been such in which the batsman could not score any runs.

5. Sea Walsh ( 1144 Maiden)Walsh, who plays for West Indies, has played 132 matches in his Test career. During this he bowled 5003 overs. During this, Walsh bowled 1144 overs in which the batsmen could not score any runs. Walsh took 519 Test wickets in his career.


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