On this day in 2002, Harbhajan Singh took the remarkable figures of 7/48 to send India on their way to their first ever victory by an innings over the West Indies. The Test match took place in Mumbai, and the Windies were bowled out for just 188 thanks to Harbhajan’s deception. The off-spinner is one of the best to have played for India, and sets the benchmark when it comes to his incredible statistics. He took 417 scalps in his 103 Tests, with the best figures of 8/84 in an innings.
#OnThisDay in 2002, India secured their first ever innings victory over West Indies in Tests, in Mumbai.
The visitors were bowled out for 188 in the second innings with Harbhajan Singh registering 👌 figures of 7/48 💥 pic.twitter.com/Z9bxVFUnpj
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