The first four bowlers to take more than 500 wickets in Test Cricket were, chronologically, Courtney Walsh (17 March 2001), Shane Warne (8th March 2004), Muttiah Muralitharan (16 March 2004), and Glenn McGrath (July 21 2005). Anil Kumble (9 March 2006) was not far behind, and completes the five bowlers in the history of cricket to have taken 500 or more Test Wickets.
Warne,McGrath,Muritharan and Kumble
Lasith Malinga was cricket player takes four wickets in four balls in world cup against south africa in 2007
The 2003 Cricket World Cup final took place on March 23, 2003, contested between Australia and India. Australia won the match by a total of 125 runs, after Ricky Ponting top-scored with 140 not out. The only cricketer to pick up three individual wickets in the match was Australia's Glenn McGrath, whose figures of 3-52 from 8.2 overs included that of Sachin Tendulkar for just four runs.
I'm a Pakistan cricket fan because they bring a lot of energy to the game with their naturally talented fast bowlers and all rounders, they do few drawbacks like poor batting and unpredictability but they give a lot to their fans around the world. Basically, without Pakistan in cricket the whole game would be boring!
Kevin Pietersen has taken 5 Test wickets for England, 7 One-Day International wickets, and one 20-20 wicket. In first-class matches Pietersen has taken 62 wickets in the four-day format, 41 in one-day matches, and 17 in 20-20 games.
The first official Test match was played on the 15 March 1877, between England and Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, where Australia won by 45 runs. England won the second match (also at the MCG) by four wickets, thus drawing the series 1-1. This was not the first ever international cricket match however, which was played between Canada and the United States, on the 24th and 25th of September 1844.
There are eleven cricket players in a team which usually consists of 6 batsman, an all rounder and four bowlers.
Four wickets on four straight deliveries is called a Double Hat Trick--the front three and back three wickets each constitute a Hat Trick.
Atif murtaza hit the quickest four in cricket
Lasith Malinga vs South Africa and took 4 wickets in 2007 world cup
The first Test captain of the West Indies cricket team was Karl Nunes, who made four appearances as captain between the 1928 and 1929/30 seasons.
The Pakistani bowler who took a hat trick in the 1999 Cricket World Cup was Saqlain Mushtaq - Saqlain is one of four bowlers to have taken two One Day International hat tricks, and one of only two spinners to perform the feat in One Day Internationals.