Unbreakable records in cricket history you may not be aware of

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The world famous ball and bat game is all about scores, achievements, milestones, wickets, record etc.  There are many such unbreakable records created by Cricket biggies so far in the history of cricket.  There are many wonderful players who have created amusing records during their tenure as a cricketer.  There are even some records that no other cricketer can break.  Check them out!

Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar holds the record of 100 international centuries.  It is almost impossible for any present batsman in the world to attain the feat.  Considered the shorter career spans of the Cricketers in the future, it is difficult to break the record.

Sir Don Bradman

Don Bradman has the record of having an average 99.94 in tests.  The next is Cheteshwar Pujara with an average of 65.50.  Even after a reasonable career span, no cricketer managed to break that record till date.

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Muttiah Muralitharan

Murali has the record of taking 1347 international wickets.  He took 800 wickets in Tests, 534 wickets in ODIs and 13 in T20s.  The next in the list is Shane Warne with 1001 international wickets.

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Jim Laker

Jim Laker holds the record of taking 19 wickets in a single match.  He missed out on making a 10-wicket haul in the first innings, but in the second innings he created the record.

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Wilfred Rhodes

Wilfred took 4204 first class wickets and a little less than 40,000 runs. He played in 500 matches, which itself is impossible to imagine in the current scenario.

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Brian Lara

Brain Lara stood as a cricketer with 400 runs not out in test cricket. He took 3 days to make that big number.

Australia

Australia holds the record of winning World Cup for three consecutive times.  It is not that easy for a team to rank number one always given the kind of balls thrown at them.

Charles Bannerman

Charles made highest percentage of runs in the completed test cricket. This record made in the first ever Test match played.  Charles made a percentage of 67.34.

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George Lohmann

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Lohmann has lowest bowling average and strike rate in the world.  He bowled 9/28 against South Africa in 1896.

Published by Neetu Panwar on 12 Jul 2019

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