Fred Spofforth of Australia took the first hat-trick in Test Cricket against England in 1879.
The first bowler to reach the target of 100 wickets in Test Cricket was Johnny Briggs of England.
Fred Trueman, of England, was the first bowler to take 300 Test wickets
who did the maximum maiden over in test cricket history
The first hat-trick by an Indian was taken by Harbhajan Singh against Australia on March 11, 2001. Just one further hat trick has been taken by an Indian bowler, by Irfan Pathan on January 29, 2006.
Spofforth bowled it....
Dennis Lillee of Australia was the first bowler to take 350 wickets in Test Cricket. He achieved this mark in 1984 in the last match of his Test Cricket career at Sydney playing against Pakistan.
Charles Bannerman of the Australia scored the 'first run' of the first 'Cricket Test Match' against the England's bowler Alfred Shaw.
In the history of Test Cricket 36 bowlers have made hat-tricks till now.
Irfan pathan Harbhajan Singh
Charles Turner was the first bowler who took 100 wickets in Test matches for Australia in the year 1895 against England at Sydney.
Courtney Walsh was the first bowler to take 500 wickets in Test cricket. It happened in 2001 in his 129th match when he had trapped Jacques Kallis in front of the wickets.
there is no restriction in overs bowled by a bowler
if a batsman gets out on the first ball in the first innings of a test match, then when he will face the first ball of second innings, he will be consider as on a king pair, as same as after two consecutive wickets the bowler is considered to be on a hattrick for the third ball, when he gets the third consecutive wicket he is considered to achieve the hattrick similarly when a batsmen gets out on the first ball of second innings as in the first innings he will be considered as he has achieved the king pair.
Former Indian captain and great all-rounder Kapil Dev is the first Indian bowler who took 400 wickets in the test cricket.
Courtney Walsh of the West Indies was the first cricketer to take 500 Test wickets, in 2001.
Yes he is the best bowler in the world. He gets 800 wickets in test cricket.
From what i can gather, the first test cricket hat-trick was by Fred Spofforth on January 2nd 1879. He played for Australia and dismissed Vernon Royle, Francis MacKinnon and Tom Emmett of England. Hope that helps
There is no artificially set limit to the amount a bowler can bowl. The only limit is his own physical endurance.