New Delhi: Team India and South Africa have set a world record in the Test match between them in Cape Town. This world record has been set by Indian batsmen. The bowlers and fielders of the African team have also contributed a lot to this. In fact, what the Indian batsmen have done in this match has never happened before in the history of Test cricket.
In fact, this is the first time in the history of Test cricket that all 20 wickets have been caught in both innings of one team. The world record of all 20 wickets caught out is set in the third and decisive Test between India and Africa. In this match, team India has returned to the pavilion after catching all 20 wickets in both innings.
Mentions that there have been 5 times in Test history before the Cape Town Test when 19 wickets have been caught in both innings of a single team and returned to the pavilion. The record was earlier set in the 2019-20 Test between South Africa and England in Cape Town itself. South Africa's 19 wickets were caught behind in both innings.