Unmatched Murali cricket's all-time prototype
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Sri Lanka, Aug. 2 -- None thought or expected some three decades ago that a schoolboy cricketer excelling at that time would eventually end up as the world's highest wicket taker in Test cricket. He was none other than the off-spinning and Doosra-bowling spin wizard Muttiah Muralidaran.
But people started talking in a big way about this spin bowler who represented St. Anthony's College, Katugastota at that time. He first showed his dominance in the 1989/90 season by capturing over 100 wickets (109) in that season.
He continued his merciless attack in the following 1990/91 season too, completing another century of wickets (127 wickets in 14 matches) that season, having almost all dominant schoolboy cricketers at that time kneeling before...
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