Chris Martin and B.S Chandrasekhar have taken more Test wickets in their career than the test runs they scored (in more than 200 wickets category)
Chris Martin and B.S Chandrasekhar have taken more Test wickets in their career than the test runs they scored (in more than 200 wickets category)

Chris Martin the former medium pace bowler from New Zealand and B.S Chandrasekhar the former leg spinner from India have taken More Wickets than Runs Scored by them in their career (in more than 200 wickets category).

In 71 Tests, Martin has scored 123 runs, while he has 233 wickets to his credit, on the other hand Chandrasekhar has 167 runs to his name along with 242 wickets.

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