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Ravichandran Ashwin became the second Indian to score 500 Test runs and also claim 50 Test wickets in the same year IANS

Indian all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin has had a fruitful year so far with plenty of milestones, and on Sunday, he managed a few more entries in the record books on Day Two of the third Test against England/. The match is being played at the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali, and Ashwin ensured he will have some more to cherish at this venue. Ashwin became the second Indian cricketer to score 500 Test runs and claim 50 Test wickets in the same year, after Kapil Dev, who did it twice in 1979 and 1983. He also became the seventh cricketer in history to do so. Apart from this, he also became the second man in the history to score five half-centuries, and also have five five-wicket hauls in the same year, after New Zealand’s Daniel Vettori. Full Cricket Scorecard: India vs England 3rd Test at Mohali

Ashwin and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja on Sunday tightened the screws, as they piled up pressure on England on Day 2 of the third Test at Mohlai, while they also continued to trails the visitors by just 12 runs. The pair rescued India to a safe zone after they were struggling at the score of 205 for six. The pair is currently unbeaten on 57 and 31, respectively, while they have also brought up the 50-run stand for the seventh wicket. Apart from Ashwin skipper Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara too hit respective half-centuries. As for England, it was Adil Rashid, who claimed three wickets, while Ben Stokes claimed a couple so far. Full Cricket Updates: India vs England 3rd Test at Mohali, Day 2

Name M R HS Avg 100 W Bowl Avg 5W Year
Ian Botham (ENG) 12 597 108 39.8 3 66 18.19 6 1978
Kapil Dev (INDIA) 17 619 126* 30.95 1 74 22.95 5 1979
Ian Botham (ENG) 13 629 149* 28.59 2 62 25.54 4 1981
Kapil Dev (INDIA) 18 579 100* 22.26 1 75 23.18 5 1983
Shaun Pollock (SA) 14 593 92 29.65 0 69 20.44 6 1998
Shaun Pollock (SA) 13 573 111 52.09 2 55 21.38 4 2001
Andrew Flintoff (ENG/ICC) 14 709 102 30.82 1 68 24.41 1 2005
Daniel Vettori (NZ) 14 672 94 35.36 0 54 26.12 5 2008
Mitchell Johnson (AUS) 13 500 123* 33.33 1 63 27.42 2 2009
Ravichandran Ashwin (INDIA) 10 518 118 47.09 2 56 22.6 6 2016

 

Player M R HS Avg 100 W Bowl Avg 5W Year
Daniel Vettori (NZ) 14 672 94 35.36 0 54 26.12 5 2008
Ravichandran Ashwin (INDIA) 10 530 118 48.18 2 56 22.6 6 2016

Earlier, India dominated the opening couple of session, while the began the post-tea at the score of 148 for the loss of two wickets. Neverhtless, England turned the session around in just a couple of balls with crucial brekahtorughs.