Muhammad Abbas Achieves A Historic Milestone Thanks to Unplayable Bowling in the United Kingdom

Seamer Mohammad Abbas of Pakistan reached a milestone in his last County Championship game with his 500th first-class wicket. At the first intervals of the match between Hampshire and Gloucestershire, Abbas accomplished his achievement by taking the four-wicket hall in the drawn match

In the last match, Abbas took 6 wickets, one hat trick included, and in the second match, he took three wickets.

In its history, Abbas became the 40th bowler to hit the 500first-class of Pakistan. Mushtaq Ahmed, former Pakistan leg spinner, has the most first-class crickets in Pakistan and is awesome 1407 in 309 matches.

Overall, five Pakistani bowlers, Imran Khan, Wasim Akram, Danish Kaneria, or Sarfaraz Nawaz, took more than 1,000 top-class wickets, the remaining four bowlers were to take a minimum of 1,000 scalps.

The record of Abbas is excellent first-class. In an average of 20.69, he took 501 wickets, including 36 five-wicket hauls and 11 ten-wicket hauls in 119 matches.

Since its debut in 2017, Abbas has been a staple of the Pakistan Test squad, but after a bad string of international performances, he has been dropped from the national team. Abbas is expected to make a return to the national side in the next test series after being inspired by the county championship.