Yes, by means of run out only! If the bowler hits the wicket at the non-strikers end before he actually bowls the ball then it is not given out!
There is no artificially set limit to the amount a bowler can bowl. The only limit is his own physical endurance.
only one bowler,McGrath took 7 wickets
Not out. Only way to get batsman out when a no ball is thrown is run out.
Wasim Akram is the leading Pakistani wicket taker in One Day Internationals, with 502 wickets to his name. He is second only in the world to the now retired Muttiah Muralitharan (who is 17 ahead on 519). The third most ODI wickets for a bowler also belongs to a Pakistani bowler, Waqar Younis, with 416. Chaminda Vaas (400 wickets exactly) completes the quartet of bowlers with 400 or more wickets.
Leg before wicket-when your leg covers the wicket when the ball hat hit the leg. Only taken into concideration when the batsman is not playing a shot and when the ball has pitched in line with the wickets.
Anil Kumble of IndiaIn February 1999, Kumble bowled out Pakistan 10 for 74, becoming only the second player in the history of Test cricket to take all ten wickets in an innings (after Jim Laker of England in 1956).
WAQAR YOUNIS OF PAKISTAN,,THE ONLY AMAZING BANANA SWINGER YET
Anil Kumble is arguably the best bowler India has ever produced. He has a total of 619 test wickets and 337 wickets in ODIs making him India's highest ever wicket taker. He is also the only bowler to pick up all 10 wickets of the batting team in one innings.
The highest 10th wicket partnership in ODI Cricket was an unbeaten 106 by Viv Richards and Michael Holding of the West Indies, vs England in 1984. Michael Holding only scored 12 of these runs, Viv Richards finished on 189 not out,