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Lohmann

(lō'mahn),
Kurt, 20th-century German biochemist. See: Lohmann reaction.
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It was the cheapest, deadliest bowling anyone had seen in more than a hundred years, since George Lohmann finished.
It must be noted that Shah reached 100 wickets in 17 Tests, second only to Englishman George Lohmann who reached the target in 16 matches during a Test in Johannesburg in 1896.
He was the fastest Pakistani to 50 wickets (nine Tests) and the quickest Asian to 100 wickets (17 Tests), second only to Englishman George Lohmann who reached the target in one Test fewer in Johannesburg in 1896.
Yasir was also the fastest Pakistani to 50 wickets (nine Tests), reached 100 wickets in 17 Tests second only to Englishman George Lohmann who took 16 matches during a Test in Johannesburg in 1896.
He achieved the 100 Test wickets figure in just 17 matches, a feat second only to English bowler George Lohmann (16 Tests).
He now stands in the league comprising Sydney Barnes (932), George Lohmann (931), Tony Lock (912), Ian Botham (911), Derek Underwood (907) and Alec Bedser (903), all of whom peaked at over 900 points during their careers.
For me, they are not." In the history of Test cricket, only George Lohmann, who played the last of his 18 Tests in 1896, has a better strike-rate than Rabada among those with more than 100 wickets.
1896 - George Lohmann takes 9-28 vs South Africa at Johannesburg
1896: George Lohmann took eight wickets for seven runs as England bowled out South Africa for 30 at Port Elizabeth.
England beat South Africa by 239 run ENGLAND'S HAT-TRICK HEROES Players who have taken hat-tricks for England BILLY BATES (v Australia, Melbourne 1883) JOHNNY BRIGGS (v Australia, Sydney 1892) GEORGE LOHMANN (v South Africa, Port Elizabeth 1896) JACK HEARNE (v Australia, Headingley 1899) MAURICE ALLOM (v New Zealand, Christchurch 1930) TOM GODDARD (v South Africa, Johannesburg 1938) PETER LOADER (v West Indies, Headingley 1957) DOMINIC CORK (v West Indies, Old Trafford 1995) DARREN GOUGH (v Australia, Sydney 1999) MATTHEW HOGGARD (v West Indies, Barbados 2004) RYAN SIDEBOTTOM (v New Zealand, Hamilton 2008) STUART BROAD (v India, Trent Bridge 2011) STUART BROAD (v Sri Lanka, Headingley 2014) MOEEN ALI (v South Africa, The Oval 2017)
The other three are Muttiah Muralidaran of Sri Lanka, Australia's Arthur Morris and England's George Lohmann.
England's right-arm medium-pacer George Lohmann reached 100 Test wickets in just 16 Test matches in 1896 which still is a world record in Test cricket's 140-year-old history.