Zimbabwe vs West Indies Gudakesh Motie created history this feat happened 73 years ago


Gudakesh Moti created history
Such a feat happened 73 years ago

New Delhi. The second match of the ongoing Test series between Zimbabwe and West Indies is being played in Bulawayo from 12 February. In the first innings of this exciting match, Caribbean spin bowler Gudakesh Motie has seen a lot of havoc. He has created history by returning seven batsmen of the opposition team to the pavilion.

Gudakesh Moti created history:

In Bulawayo, Moti has done wonders by showing the way to the pavilion to seven Zimbabwe batsmen. He has become the second left-arm bowler to take seven wickets for the West Indies. Alfred Louis Valentine did this feat about 73 years before him. During that time, he took eight wickets against England at Old Trafford in the year 1950 while bowling with the left arm.

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West Indies dominate in Bulawayo Test:

Batting first after winning the toss in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s team was bundled out for just 115 runs in the first innings. The same West Indies team has scored 290 runs at the loss of eight wickets in the first innings till the news is written. The Caribbean team has got a lead of 175 runs on the basis of the first innings. Due to wet outfield, the first session of the third day has not started yet.

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