Ravichandran Ashwin surpasses Harbhajan to becomes 2nd highest wicket-taker for India in international cricket

Aswhin did so during the first Test of two-match series against West Indies in Dominica.

Ashwin has 709 wickets in 271 international matches. These wickets have come at an average of 25.67 and his best bowling figures are 7/59.

Harbhajan has now slipped to third position, with 707 wickets in 365 matches at an average of 32.59 and best figures of 8/84. He has 19 four-wicket hauls, 28 fifers and 5 ten-wicket hauls in international cricket.

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Ashwin took 7/71 and Jadeja took 2/38. Mohammed Siraj got one wicket.

India overwhelmed West Indies with Rohit and Jaiswal occupying the crease for much of day 2. Rohit scored his 10th Test century and Jaiswal got his ton on debut. Rohit was dismissed for 103 in 221 balls, consisting of 10 fours and two sixes. This ended a 229-run opening stand.