Top 6 Records that are Unbreakable in Cricket History

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Sachin With Cricket World Records
Sachin With Cricket World Records

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The cricket might have touched a new platform having new kinds of players now but these are some records that will take a decade to being broken by any of the players.

 

1) The Highest Average in a Test:

 

The record by a great batsman of Australia which is almost unbreakable. And that great batsman is non-other than Bradman. His average in the test is 99.94 which seems to be an average of a one-day player. It would have been 100 if Bradman can score 4 runs in his last match but unfortunately, he got out in duck. But still, none of the player able to achieve this feat or has nearer to this. After Bradman AC Voges stands 2nd in the list who has an average of 61.87 that is miles away from Bradman’s average.

Don Bradman
Don Bradman

 

2) Most Run in one Innings(Test match):

This unique record is held by one of the most skilled players of West Indies. Yes, It’s Brain Lara. He holds the record of highest run in one Innings (400) against England in 2004. It’s being 13 years now no one touches that 400 runs yet.

 

Brian Lara
Brian Lara

 

3) Hundred 100’s:

 

The man who called as the GOD OF CRICKET have this unbreakable feat in his name which will take a long time to be broken or it may not be possible. Sachin Tendulkar has 100 century in his name (51 in test and 49 in ODI) not also this much he also has the highest run in both ODI and TEST, combiningly which is a mountain of runs(34,348) and very difficult to reach the top of it and move furthermore.

 

Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar

 

4) The tiny period Test match:

 

In cricket history, there is a record in which test match is finished in just 5hr and 53 minutes.IS IT A TEST MATCH OR ODI!!!!!!!! Yes, this is one of the test match played in between Australia and South Africa in which South Africa was bowled out in 36 and 45 chasing a target of 153. It will take a moment to think which format is it as neither Test match nor ODI can finish so early.

 

 

5) Retired from cricket At age of 52:

 

Nowadays it is not easy to be part of the international cricket team above age 45. But this player whom we are talking about played his last match at age of 52 and he is  “Wilfred Rhodes” whose career lasted for long period of 30 years. which indicates the fitness of Wilfred Rhodes. Still, now no player has achieved this feat.

 

Wilfred Rhodes
Wilfred Rhodes

 

6) 19 wickets in a test match:

19 Wickets in a test match!!!! Is that possible?? Yes, it’s possible as England’s Jim Laker in 1956 got 19 wickets in his name by giving away 90 runs. That match is against Australia. In the 1st innings, he had taken 9 Wickets while this not stopped yet he bagged all 10 wickets in his name in the 2nd innings. And he also becomes the 1st man to take 10 wickets in an innings.

 

Jim Laker
Jim Laker

 


 

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