Fatullah: India's senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh yesterday reached a landmark as he surpassed Pakistan legend Wasim Akram's tally of Test wickets to climb to ninth in the all-time highest wicket-takers' list.
Harbhajan yesterday dismissed Imrul Kayes for 72 to reach 415 Test victims, one more than Akram's 414 from 104 matches. His final figures of 3 for 64 took his tally to 416 victims from 102 Test matches.
In fact, the Indian off-spinner reached the landmark quicker than Akram as the Pakistani took two more matches than Harbhajan to achieve the feat.
The "Turbanator" is now only 20 wickets short of beating Kapil Dev's 434 Test wickets to become the second highest wicket-taker in history of Indian Test cricket after Anil Kumble's 619 wickets.
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