Pakistani Cricketer Yasir Shah added another extraordinary plume to his top on Saturday by turning into the first-since forever spinner to continuously take a five-wicket pull in either inning of the five Test matches.
Yasir Shah, 31, finished the Dubai Test’s first innings with a spell of 55.5-9-184-6 to finish his profession’s thirteenth five-fors in his 28th Test.
The five-wicket pull in the match against Sri Lanka made him the first-historically speaking spinner in cricket to take five-fors in five successive tests.
The Pakistani turn wizard prior guaranteed a five-wicket pull in the Abu Dhabi Test against Sri Lanka (5-51), Dominica Test against West Indies (5-92), Barbados Test against West Indies (7-94), and Jamaica Test against West Indies (6-63).
The majority of his prior five-fors came in second innings of each Test.
Sydney Barnes of England got five-fors in seven successive tests in the vicinity of 1912 and 1914; in this seven sequential test traverse, the aggregate count of the five-wicket pull for him was 11.
Britain’s Alec Bedser had six back to back tests with five-wicket pulls in either inning of the Test. The aggregate count included 7 five-fors.
Australian Charlie Turner, then again, got five-fors in six back to back tests in the vicinity of 1887 and 1888 — all against England — and the count incorporated a sum of eight five-wicket pulls.
Pakistan’s Waqar Younis has five-fors in four back to back Tests, which he accomplished this twice. His initially stretch of five-fors in four successive Tests came in 1990, amid a consecutive home arrangement against New Zealand and West Indies.
The second one separated May 1993 and December 1993 and included Tests against West Indies and Zimbabwe.
Mushtaq Ahmed another Pakistani spinner likewise had four back to back tests with a five-wicket pull in either inning of the match between November 1995 and July 1996.