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In Case You Missed It: A good week to be a bowler

Our best content from last week

Social distancing can be suspended for a while when your team-mate gets wicket number 600  •  Getty Images for ECB

Social distancing can be suspended for a while when your team-mate gets wicket number 600  •  Getty Images for ECB

It's been a record week for bowlers. First, Jimmy Anderson picked up his 600th Test wicket, becoming the first fast bowler in that club, then Dwayne Bravo collected his 500th T20 wicket, the first to that particular landmark. Records also tumbled in women's cricket recently, with the Germany women's bowlers landing two hat-tricks (including a four in four by the captain), alongside a slew of other firsts. Catch up on all those records and the week in cricket here.
James Anderson becomes first seamer to 600 Test wickets
England took the Test series 1-0 after the third match ended in a soggy draw in Southampton but the Test summer came to a close on a momentous landmark - Anderson became the first seam bowler to 600 Test wickets. Andrew Miller looks back at the key milestones of his 17-year career.
Zak Crawley breaks through, Rory Burns looks over his shoulder
How did England do in the rain-blighted Test series? George Dobell hands out marks out of ten. And how does Pakistan's slip and stumble rate? Mohammad Rizwan gets a gold star in Danyal Rasool's assessment sheet, but everyone else? Not so much.
Dwayne Bravo: '40 is the new 30'
Bravo became the first bowler to 500 T20 wickets this week, his third landmark after being the first to 300 and 400 T20 wickets before. The bowler, who is currently 36, is part of a band of senior players who are still winning titles and who have been MVPs in global tournaments and franchise cricket. He tells Nagraj Gollapudi that it's a myth that T20 is a young player's game.
Rabbit Holes: Pakistan's greatest haals: a celebration
Osman Samiuddin, Ahmer Naqvi and Sidharth Monga rate the times Pakistan found themselves at the bottom of a ditch and then stormed to wins.
Which batsman played 120 successive ODI innings without a duck?
And which bowler completed his full quota of overs in 20 ODIs in a row? Anantha Narayanan lines up weird and wonderful streaks in ODI cricket.
Why the ICC light regulations are what they are
With much of the England-Pakistan Test blighted by bad light, the ICC came under fire from fans and players alike for the regulations that govern it. But Osman Samiuddin says the ICC doesn't get enough credit for the research that underpins these regulations. Trials were conducted in 2011 to determine minimum levels of light required for play to reasonably and safely continue in Tests.
The balls of the century, No. 15: Andrew Flintoff to Jacques Kallis
We're five down in our countdown to the greatest ball of the 21st century.
How Kerala's KM Asif broke through to the IPL
Shashank Kishore profiles the fast bowler, who despite struggling to make ends meet and facing multiple rejections, persevered to land a contract with the Chennai Super Kings.
Photo feature: cricket in strange places
Ever seen our game played on the deck of a ship? On top of Mt Kilimanjaro?
Watch: 25 Questions with Ross Taylor
If his team-mates gifted Taylor a bad bottle of wine, would he tell them it sucks? And whose laugh would he rate as the cutest in the team? The New Zealand batsman takes some tough questions.
German women's team break several T20I records
The first women's international since the T20 World Cup in February was played between Germany and Austria this month, and what a return it was. Germany won the series 5-0, breaking several records along the way - including a 5 for 1 by their captain Anuradha Doddaballapur, a cardiovascular biologist who once played for Karnataka.