Gudakesh Motie, a left-arm spinner, set a world record during the second Test match between the West Indies and Zimbabwe at Bulawayo, which helped the West Indies win the series. The 27-year-old bowler helped his team defeat the hosts with ease by taking an incredible 13 wickets in the game. In the longest format of the game, his bowling statistics are the best by a Windies spinner.
With a stunning bowling performance of 7/37 in the first innings, Gudakesh Motie, who was playing in just his third red-ball match for his country, destroyed the middle order of Zimbabwe and bowled out the hosts for a pitiful 115. After the Windies scored 292 points, Motie’s innings-best bowling stats were followed by another exhilarating stretch of spin bowling.in their response, runs.
The Guyanese wasted no time in torturing the home team in the second innings, coming back with 6/62 to lead his team to victory in the series finale. He broke Sonny Ramadhin’s record of 11 wickets in a match, which stood for more than seven decades, taking 13/99 in the game, the most by a Windies spinner.
The extraordinary spinner amassed six wickets in the opening Test match, which ended in a tie and raised his series total to 19 over the two games. Before opening batsman Tagenarine Chanderpaul, who had recorded a double century in the first Test of the series, he was chosen the player of the series.