GALLE: England pacer James Anderson on Saturday became the second fast bowler after the great Richard Hadlee to take 30 fifers in Test cricket. While the Englishman is the second pacer, he is sixth on the overall list. Anderson achieved the feat in the ongoing second Test against Sri Lanka at the Galle International Stadium. The pacer denied Sri Lanka batsman Niroshan Dickwella his maiden Test century to reach the milestone and also leapfrogged former Australian pacer Glenn McGrath who had 29 five-wicket hauls in the longest format of the game. New Zealand’s legend Hadlee (36) still has the most five-wicket hauls in Test cricket for a fast bowler while Sri Lanka legend Muttiah Muralitharan has the maximum five-wicket haul overall in the longest format of the game. India spinner Anil Kumble is fourth in the list having taken 35 five-wicket hauls in a career spanning 18 years. The England pacer now has 606 wickets in the longest format of the game. Anderson is the first pacer in the history of Test cricket to scalp 600 wickets and is also the fourth-highest wicket-taker. The 38-year-old is only behind Muttiah Muralitharan (800), Shane Warne (708), and Anil Kumble (619).