Some most interesting records of cricket history, you will be surprised to know
Today we are telling you some such exciting records of the history of cricket, which you will be surprised to know, after all these records are so interesting.
First ball feat: Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq is also among the players who took a wicket on the very first ball of his career while bowling. Despite this Inzamam became a successful batsman and not a bowler. Inzamam-ul-Haq bowled for the first time in ODI cricket against the West Indies team in the year 1991 and he took a great record by taking the wicket of Brian Lara with the first ball.
Avoiding a century: Shane Warne also holds the record for making the most Test runs without a century. He has scored 3154 runs in Test cricket. In the one-day matches, Pakistan's Misbahul Haq is the highest run-scorer in ODIs without scoring a century.
Explosive innings without sixes: 6996 runs in 80 innings of 52 Test matches, an average of 99.94, 29 centuries and 13 fifties. These figures themselves testify why every player is respected by this Australian cricketer. Bradman, who played cricket from 1928-1948, has scored 2 triple centuries in his career. One of the greatest batsmen in the world. The batsman holds the record for the most impressive average of 99.94 in Test cricket, which is undisclosed till date.
But you will be surprised to know that Bradman, who scored 12 double centuries in Test cricket, had hit only six sixes in his career.
Wicket-keeper and bowler: Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the only player in the cricket world who has bowled the most balls while wicketkeeping. Yes, let me tell you that Mahendra Singh Dhoni has bowled 132 balls in international cricket, that is, he has done a total of 22 overs in international cricket, which no wicketkeeper has been able to do. In which he has bowled 96 balls in Test cricket and 36 balls in ODIs. He also has a wicket in one day cricket.