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South Africa vs Srilanka SA vs SL Dale Steyn Breaks Kapil Dev Record of Maximum Wickets, Equals England Stuart Broad | Steyn breaks Kapil's record, equals Broad in case of highest wicket taker

               
South African bowler took 437 wickets, England's Stuart Broad also has the same wicket
Top three bowler spinners in most wicket takers

Sports desk Dale Steyn, the key player of South African bowling, has broken the record of taking 434 wickets of former India captain Kapil Dev. Now he has 437 wickets in 92 Tests. They have reached number 7 with England's Stuart Broad in terms of taking the most wickets. Broad has 437 wickets in 126 Tests.

Achievement achieved by Fernando

Stan achieved this feat during the domestic series being played against Sri Lanka. During the first Test of the series, he struck Lahiru Thirimane of Sri Lanka by quinting the hands of Quinton D-Coak to equalize Kapil Dev's 434 wickets. Then broke the record of Kapil Dev by doing LBW to Osada Fernando.

Sri Lankan Muralidaran Highest Wickettekar
Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muralitharan tops the list of most wickets takers. He took 800 wickets in 133 Tests. Shane Warne of Australia with 708 wickets in 145 Tests, while former India captain Anil Kumble is in third position with 619 wickets in 132 Tests.

The bowler
Country
Match
Run
The wicket
Average
economy

M Muralitharan
Sri Lanka
133
18180
800
22.72
2.47

Shane Warne
Australia
145
17995
708
25.41
2.65

Anil Kumble
India
132
18355
619
29.65
2.69

James Anderson
England
148
15490
575
26.93
2.87

Glenn McGrath
Australia
124
12186
563
21.64
2.49

Courtney Walsh
West Indies
132
12688
519
24.44
2.53

Dale Steyn
The africa
92
9929
437
22.72
3.23

Stuart Broad
England
126
12698
437
29.05
2.96

                
                
                
            

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