Australia vs West Indies Test Series: The second test match is being played between Australia and West Indies. In this match, West Indies captain Craig Brathwaite has won the toss and decided to bat first. To level the series, West Indies will have to win the second test match at any cost. Earlier, Australia had taken a 1-0 lead in the series by winning the first Test match. Now in the second test match, Mitchell Starc of Australia has bowled amazingly and has achieved a big position in test cricket. Let us know about it.
Stark achieved this big milestone
Mitchell Starc has taken three wickets in the second test match so far. He seems to be in excellent form and it is becoming difficult for the West Indies batsmen to play his balls. By taking three wickets in this match, he has completed 350 wickets in the history of Test cricket. He is the fifth highest wicket taker for Australia in Test cricket. Shane Warne has taken the most Test wickets for Australia. There are 708 wickets registered in his name. Glenn McGrath is at second place with 563 wickets.
Took so many wickets in all three formats
Mitchell Starc made his debut in Test cricket for Australia in 2011. Since then he has remained an important link in the team’s bowling attack. He has played cricket in all three formats for Australia and has won many matches on his own. When he is in rhythm, he can destroy any batting attack. He has taken 348 wickets in Test, 236 wickets in ODI and 73 wickets in T20.
Australia tightened the screws in the second test
Australia won the second test match against West Indies by 10 wickets. Now the Australian team seems to be in a strong position in the second test also. West Indies have so far scored 72 runs at the loss of 5 wickets in the first innings of the second test. For Australia, Mitchell Starc took three wickets, Jos Hazlewood and Pat Cummins took 1 wicket each.
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