These 6 World Records in Test cricket are very difficult to be challenged again
Test cricket is considered to be the ultimate aim for any player. Let's have a look at those 6 rare records in Test matches that couldn't be challenged by anybody:
No.1 - Career average of Sir Don Bradman
Bradman ended his Test career with an average of 99.94. He required just 4 runs in his last Test innings to end his career on an average of 100 but sadly got out on a Duck.
No.2 - 200 Test matches played by Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin started playing International cricket at a very young age of 16 and kept on scoring heavily for next 24 years. His feat of playing 200 Test matches for India is almost impossible for anybody to repeat.
No.3 - 19 wickets in a Test match
Jim Laker achieved this rare feat of taking 19 wickets in a Test match. He took 10 wickets in the 1st innings and 9 in the 2nd.
No.4 - Shortest Test match ever played
Australia and South Africa played a Test match in the early 90s that ended in just 5 hours and 53 minutes. South Africa got all out for 36 in their 1st innings and then Australia made 153 runs. Later South Africa got all out for 45 runs in their 2nd innings and the Test ended in less than 6 hours time.
No.5 - 800 Test wickets by Muttiah Muralitharan
It's almost impossible to challenge the 800 Test wickets taken by Muralitharan.
No.6 - Innings of 117 runs played by a no.10 batsman
England's WW Read scored 117 runs, batting at the no.10 position in a Test match against Australia. So guys which record from the above 6 impressed you all the most? Stay connected and do share your thoughts in the comment section.