Trent Bridge, Aug 20: Team India New Allrounder Hardik Pandya creates a mind-blowing record here at Trent Bridge against England.
Going by details, He picked up his maiden five-wicket haul as the all-rounder ripped through the England middle-order on second day of the third Test at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Sunday.
Pandya became the second fastest Indian to take a five-wicket haul when he took just 29 balls to wreak havoc. Harbhajan Singh is the fastest when he had taken 27 balls against West Indies in Kingston back in 2006.
Pandya produced an inspired spell of bowling to record his best figures in Test cricket. Pandya had come under criticism earlier for lack of contributions with the ball and for failing to justify his position in the Test team with the bat.
Pandya also became the joint fourth fastest to have scored a hundred and take a five-wicket haul. Panya, like Salim Durani and none other than Kapil Dev, to take just 10 matches to achieve the feat.
Following a maiden five-wicket haul for Hardik Pandya, @bhogleharsha reckons he has taken his first step towards becoming India's third seamer. #ENGvIND https://t.co/yCBIQKduBO pic.twitter.com/3n9Y02gh4U— Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) August 20, 2018