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Indian fast bowling got new heights under the captaincy of Virat, you will be shocked to see the record

Virat Kohli Test Captaincy Records: Indian fast bowling got new heights under the leadership of Team India’s most successful Test captain Virat Kohli. During the captaincy of Virat, the fast bowlers of Team India took more wickets than the tenure of other Indian captains. During this, the figure of wicket-taking per Test match of Team India’s fast bowlers was also the best compared to the former captains. Along with this, another achievement was also attached to Virat’s name. He is the only Indian captain under whose captaincy the bowling average of Indian fast bowlers has been less than 30.

Team India’s fast bowlers got the most wickets under the captaincy of Virat
Team India played 68 test matches under the captaincy of Virat. In these, Indian fast bowlers took 591 wickets. This is the highest number of wickets taken by fast bowlers under the leadership of an Indian captain. MS Dhoni is followed by Kohli, under whose captaincy Indian fast bowlers have taken 466 wickets in 60 Test matches. In this case, Sourav Ganguly (361 wickets) is at number three and Mohammad Azharuddin (319 wickets) is at number four.

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Kohli is the only Indian captain under whose captaincy the bowling average of fast bowlers was less than 30.
Under Virat’s leadership, the bowling average of Indian fast bowlers was 26. That is, the fast bowlers got one wicket for every 26 runs. This is the best fast bowling average among Indian captains till date. Kapil Dev is at number two after Kohli. Under his captaincy, the bowling average of Indian fast bowlers was 30.24. Rahul Dravid (34.21) at number three and Mohammad Azharuddin (34.45) at number four.

The number of wickets taken by fast bowlers per test match also improved.
Under Kohli’s captaincy, the fast bowlers got an average of 8.7 wickets per match. This is by far the best wickets per Test match received during the tenure of Indian captains. After Kohli comes the number of Rahul Dravid, under whose captaincy the fast bowlers got 8.4 wickets per Test match. Dhoni (7.8 wickets / match) and Ganguly (7.4 wickets / match) are at number three and fourth.

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