Melbourne. Australia’s female cricketer Ellyse Perry has made a new world record in her name. She has become the first player in the women’s category to score 300 wickets and 5000 runs in all three formats. He made this record on the third day of the Pink Ball Test (INDW vs AUSW) against India on Saturday. Talking about the men’s category, a total of 11 players have done so. In this way, Perry has equaled India’s great all-rounder Kapil Dev and Pakistan’s Wasim Akram.
Ellyse Perry made this record by taking the wicket of Pooja Vastrakar on the third day of the four-day Test. He needed 2 wickets to reach 300 before the match. On the second day he took the wicket of Yastika Bhatia. Perry, playing the 9th Test, has taken 33 wickets at an average of 19. Has done the feat of taking five wickets twice. 6 wickets for 32 runs is his best performance. Economy is of 2.26.
Great record in ODIs and T20s too
The record of 30-year-old Ellyse Perry has been excellent in T20 and ODI as well. She has taken 152 wickets in 118 ODIs at an average of 25. 7 wickets for 22 runs is his best performance. She has achieved the feat of taking 5 wickets 3 times. She has also scored 3135 runs at an average of 31. Has scored 2 centuries and 28 half-centuries. Best innings of 112 not out. At the same time, in 123 T20 Internationals, Perry has taken 115 wickets at an average of 19. Has done the feat of taking 4 wickets 4 times. His best performance is 4 wickets for 12 runs. Apart from this, she has also scored 1243 runs at an average of 29. Has scored 4 fifties.
Only player to score double century in Day-Night Test
The Test played between India and Australia is only the second day-night Test in the women’s category. Indian team is playing Day-Night Test for the first time. Ellyse Perry scored an unbeaten 213 in the first day-night test between Australia and England on 9 November 2017. She is currently the only female cricketer to do so. The Indian team has declared the first innings by scoring 377 runs for 8 wickets. In reply, Australia scored 80 runs for 2 wickets.