Kapil Dev achieved this feat by beating Headley
Former captain of the Indian team and veteran all-rounder Kapil Dev made a record for most wickets in the history of Test cricket by dismissing Sri Lankan batsman Hassan Tillakaratne in the year 1994. Kapil made Hasan his 432nd victim in Tests. During this, he broke the record of New Zealand veteran Richard Headley.
Gavaskar became the first 10 thousand
Former captain Sunil Gavaskar had completed his 10,000 runs in Test cricket against Pakistan on this ground in 1987. Gavaskar became the first batsman to achieve this feat in Tests.
Sachin Tendulkar had studded his first double century
Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar scored a double century in the third Test of the series against New Zealand in 1999 on the same ground. Sachin had scored 217 runs in that match.
Sachin’s 30 thousand international runs
The veteran Sachin Tendulkar had completed 30 thousand runs in international cricket in the year 2009 at the same ground. He achieved this feat against Sri Lanka.
Kumble’s 100th Test
Legendary Anil Kumble played his 100th Test match here in 2005. In this Test, Kumble took 7 wickets and also scored 50 runs. India won this Test by 259 runs.