10 records of cricket, which are almost impossible to break



Records are meant to be broken as soon as they are made, but at times on the cricket field such records are made, which are difficult for anyone else to break. There are some such records, which are almost impossible to break.

Records are meant to be broken as soon as they are made, but at times on the cricket field such records are made, which are difficult for anyone else to break. There are some such records of the game of cricket, which are almost impossible to break. Let's look at those records ...

Sachin tendulkar records

Don bradman


Legend batsman Don Bradman of Australia has a record in Test cricket that seems impossible to break. Bradman's test average, known as 'Don', was 99.94. He needed only 4 runs to cross his average of 100 in the final Test match of his career but he missed. Bradman played 52 Test matches in a career and scored a total of 6996 runs. He has 29 centuries and 13 half-centuries in his name.

Sir jack hobbs

Former England cricketer Sir Jack Hobbs, known as 'The Master', has a record that seems impossible to break. Hobbs played 834 matches in his first class cricket career, scoring a total of 61760 runs. Apart from this, he has 199 centuries and 273 half-centuries in first-class cricket. He also played 61 Test matches for England and scored a total of 5410 runs. He also scored 15 centuries and 28 half centuries in a Test career. Hobbes died on December 21, 1963, at the age of 81.

Sachin Tendulkar


Talking of total runs in all (Test, ODI and T20i) formats of international cricket, here comes the name of India's legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin has 34357 runs. After Sachin, so far no batsman in the world has touched the figure of 30 thousand. Currently, Virat Kohli is at the forefront of the players playing cricket. But his name is still 18000+ runs and he is 15 places behind Sachin. That is, Virat has a long way to go to beat Sachin.

Highest international century

In this case also the Little Master is the highest. Sachin has a total of 100 (Test 51, ODI 49) centuries in Tests and ODIs. At the moment, if we talk about the players playing cricket, then here too, Virat's name is 59, and in the case of international centuries, Virat is currently in 5th position. At the moment, this record of Sachin also looks safe.

Muthiah Muralitharan


To break the record of wickets of great leg-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan seems like a far-fetched distance for any bowler. Muralitharan of Sri Lanka took a total of 800 wickets in 133 Tests. There is no player even around this record in Test cricket. There was a time war between Murali and Australia's Shane Warne (708 wickets) for Test match wickets, at the end of which Murali was victorious.

10 wickets in an innings of a Test match


This is such a unique record of Test cricket. This record can be matched but it cannot be broken. So far in Test history, this has happened only 2 times, when a bowler has claimed all 10 wickets of an innings. First in 1956, Jim Laker of England took 10 wickets for 53 runs against Australia. After this, in 1999, Anil Kumble did this by giving 74 runs in the Ferozeshah Kotla Test against Pakistan.

Brian Lara


West Indian veteran batsman Brian Lara has a record that is difficult for any batsman to break. Lara has scored 400 runs in an innings of a Test match. Lara hit 43 fours and 4 sixes in his innings of 582 balls. He remained on the field for 778 minutes during his innings. Under Lara's captaincy, the team scored 751 runs for 5 wickets.

Huge score of sri lanka

In today's era, conditions are very difficult for any batsman in Test cricket, but Sri Lanka once scored such a huge score, which seems impossible to break. In 1997, India toured Sri Lanka and declared their first innings of the Test match by scoring 952 for 6 wickets in advance of that tour. Sanath Jayasuriya was the Player of the Match scoring 340 runs. In the match, Roshan Mahanama played 225 and Arvinda De Silva scored 126 runs.

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17 balls in an over



In international cricket, players look disciplined and there are hardly any occasions when a player throws a wide or no ball 2 or 3 times in a single over. But in the 2004 Asia Cup, Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Sami bowled the ball 17 times to complete his over in a match. Samee had 22 runs in this over, in which he threw 7 wide and 4 no balls. It is still the longest over in international cricket.

Chris Gayle


In T20 cricket, Chris Gayle played such a blazing innings that all the world records were destroyed. Chris Gayle made a century in just 30 balls. Gayle's century is the fastest century in any format. In this innings, he hit 11 sixes and 8 fours. In this innings, he scored an unbeaten 175 off just 66 balls. Gayle's historic innings included 13 fours and 17 sixes. It is impossible to break this record in T20 cricket.

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