Rahkeem Cornwall Breaks 117-Year Old Record

Rahkeem Cornwall Breaks 117-Year Old Record

Rahkeem Cornwall entered the field with many records to beat in the game of cricket. In the second Test against India, Rahkeem Cornwall received his first test cap and also made a wicket for his name. During the course, the right-handed player broke a record of 117 years to become the heaviest cricketer.

West Indies captain Jason Holder wasted no time in choosing to bowl first and harness the humidity at the green window at Sabina Park in Jamaica. Revealing that Rahkeem Cornwall will make his debut for the group, alongside Jahmar Hamilton, unveiling his final eleven in the draw, Holder announced.

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Cornwall replaced Miguel Cummins in windies XI. With 140kg, Cornwall became the heaviest cricketer of all time, beating Australia’s Warwick Armstrong, who weighed between 139kg. Rahkeem Cornwall, who can hit the big six at will and get sharp twists, has been one of the best cricketers on the national circuit in recent years. At the 2018-2019 West Indies, Cornwall collected 54 wickets for an impressive average of 17.68 points.

Cornwall took his first test wicket in the form of Cheteshwar Pujara (6). Pujara was caught to the point by Shamarh Brooks. Cornwall amassed 27 runs in which he gave up 69 runs while throwing eight more halfbacks. Before entering the limelight, Rahkeem scored 2,224 points in 55 games and picked up 260 wickets in the first-class career at 23.90.