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Anderson ‘uncatchable’ once he breaks the test record, McGrath

Anderson ‘uncatchable’ once he breaks the test record, McGrath

London: James Anderson will not be caught once the England cricketer becomes the most prolific bowler in the history of the test, says the current holder of the Australian record, Glenn McGrath.
Anderson has 557 fields, only six fewer than the retired McGrath before the fourth Test against India, which starts on Thursday.

McGrath, who played his last test in 2007, expects Anderson to break his record and then pass the test of time.
“Jimmy Anderson deserves everything he has, and although he is English, I will be happy with him when he surpasses my record and becomes the most prolific bowler in the history of the exams,” he wrote in the Daily Mail of Great Britain.
“I have great respect for Jimmy, good luck to him, I think that once he passes me he will never be beaten.

The records are nice and I have been very proud to have taken more wickets than any fast bowler in the history of the race, but any achievement is there to be defeated and I will be equally proud of Jimmy when he happens to me because the quick union of players Bowling has to stay united, whatever country we come from. ”
Anderson, 36, made his debut in the Test in 2003 and played 141 Tests for England.
Spin bowlers occupy the top two places on the wicket-takers’ general visitor list: Sri Lankan pitcher Muttiah Muralitharan took 800 wickets, ahead of Australian Shane Warne (708) and Indian Anil Kumble (619).
McGrath is currently in fourth position.

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