England's most experienced bowler James Anderson has reached a point of where whatever he does, a record is made.

Records galore

Anderson, playing the 175th match for England, has become the first fast bowler to take the most wickets in international cricket. Anderson has taken 951 wickets in international cricket.

Another one for James

Anderson broke the record of the legendary Australian bowler Glenn McGrath. He has 949 wickets in international cricket. McGrath had achieved this feat in 376 matches.

Behind goes Glenn McGrath

After Anderson and McGrath comes Pakistan legend Wasim Akram, who has 916 wickets in international cricket. Wasim Akram completed this feat in 460 matches at an average of 23.57.

Wasim Akram

South African legend Shaun Pollock is at number four with 829 wickets on this list. Pollock played a total of 423 matches in international cricket, in which he took 829 wickets at an average of 23.73.

Shaun Pollock

England pacer Stuart Broad is on fifth, whose name is 802 wickets in international cricket. Broad has taken more than 800 wickets in 335 matches at an average of 28.04.

Stuart Broad

Veteran English pacer James Anderson who recently turned 40, took six wickets in both innings with his deadly bowling in the second Test against South Africa. He played his 100th Test match at home.

England vs South Africa 

Led by Anderson's bowling, England beat South Africa by an innings and 85 runs in Manchester, finishing the Test match in just three days.

Big win for Enland

As soon as he stepped onto the pitch in this Test match, Anderson has now become the only cricketer in the world to play 100 Test matches in his home country.

Anderson's special feat

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