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10 Cricket Records That May Never Be Broken

By Kaif - April 11, 2023 - Last updated on Apr 11, 2023 02:08 PM
10 Cricket Records That May Never Be Broken

10 Cricket Records That May Never Be Broken, Best Cricket Records That Will Never Be Broken

Records are made only to be broken. You must have heard this often. But there are some records which are either completely impossible to leave behind or very difficult. Like Australia's great batsman Don Bradman's average or West Indies veteran Brian Lara's highest runs in a test. But these are only two examples. We are going to tell you about 10 such tremendous records. Now it has to be seen that as a cricket fan, how many of these records do you know about. So let's know about 10 Cricket Records That May Never Be Broken

Best Cricket Records That Will Never Be Broken

PlayerCricket Records
1. Don BradmanHighest Test Average
2. Jack HobbsMost Centuries in First Class
3. Jim LakerMost wickets in a Test
4. Brian LaraHighest Test individual score
5. Sunil NarineMaiden T20 Super Over
6. Muttiah MuralitharanMost International Wickets
7. Sachin TendulkarMost International centuries
8. Sachin Tendulkar200 TEST MATCHES
9. M Jayawardene and K SangakkaraHighest partnership in test cricket
10. AustraliaWorld Cup hat-trick win

10 Cricket Records That May Never Be Broken

1. Don Bradman - Highest Test Average

Don Bradman

Legendary batsman Don Bradman of Australia holds such a record in Test cricket that seems impossible to break. 'Don' has the highest Test average (99.94) in history. This is an average that has not been achieved even by the greatest batsmen of all time. , He needed only 4 runs to cross his average of 100 in the last Test match of his career but missed it. Bradman played 52 Test matches in his career and scored a total of 6996 runs. He has 29 centuries and 13 half-centuries to his name.

2. Jack Hobbs - Most Centuries in First Class


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Former England cricketer Sir Jack Hobbs, popularly 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 his Test career. Hobbs died on 21 December 1963 at the age of 81.

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3. Jim Laker - Most wickets in a Test

Jim Laker

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The year was 1956, when England bowler Jim Laker performed amazingly with his deadly bowling. In this match, the Australian team faced the embarrassment of being the first team to be dismissed by a bowler. Jim Laker surprised the batsmen with his off-spin. Jim took nine wickets in the first innings against Australia. Although he did not stop here, he continued his magic by taking all ten wickets in the second innings. 19 wickets in a Test is an almost impossible task in this era. Surpassing this feat will require a strenuous effort.

4. Brian Lara - Highest Test individual score

Brian Lara

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West Indies veteran batsman Brian Lara has such a record in his name that it is very difficult for any batsman to break. Lara has scored 400 runs in an inning of a Test match. Lara hit 43 fours and 4 sixes in his innings of 582 balls. He stayed on the field for 778 minutes during his innings. Then under the captaincy of Lara, the team had scored 751 runs for 5 wickets.

5. Sunil Narine - Maiden T20 Super Over

Sunil Narine

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We all know that having a dot ball is also very challenging in the game and then having a maiden super over is a big deal. Sunil Narine, the very famous bowler of the West Indies team, was the first player to get a chance to play the maiden super over. In 2014, both Red Steel and Amazon Warriors ended on identical scores of 118/8 and 118/9 respectively in 20 overs. In this match, Sunil Narine had bowled a super over which was a maiden over. A dream for any bowler to bowl a super over maiden. This record is going to be very difficult to break in the future.

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6. Muttiah Muralitharan - Most International Wickets

Muttiah Muralitharan

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Muttiah Muralitharan has taken 1347 wickets in international cricket. Surely no one will be able to break this record of his. Muralitharan's Test career has been 19 years. During this, 800 wickets in Tests, 534 wickets in ODIs, and 13 wickets in T20s. He is the player who has collected 1347 international wickets in total by this Sri Lankan spinner in his career. Muralitharan completed 800 wickets in the 132nd Test match. Muralitharan has made a record of taking 10 wickets in a Test match 22 times, while he has been successful in taking 5 wickets 67 times. At present, James Anderson has taken 972 wickets in Tests, but it is not in his control to break Muralitharan's record.

7. Sachin Tendulkar - Most International centuries

Sachin Tendulkar

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Sachin Tendulkar is considered one of the greatest batsmen in the world. Sachin Tendulkar has 100 international centuries. It seems very difficult to break this record of his. But even if someone does this, he will be the second player to do so after Sachin. But Sachin is the first player who has reached 100 international centuries. In such a situation, no one will be able to break this record of his.

8. Sachin Tendulkar - 200 TEST MATCHES

Sachin Tendulkar

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The Great Sachin Tendulkar has played 200 matches in his Test career, it is impossible not to break this record made by Sachin in Tests. From 1989 to 2013, Tendulkar played international cricket in his career. In 2013, he said goodbye to cricket.

9. Highest partnership in test cricket

KC Sangakkara, DPMD Jayawardene

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Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara together shared a 624-run partnership for the third wicket in Sri Lanka's first innings in the Colombo Test match against South Africa in 2006. This is the record for the highest partnership for any wicket in Test cricket. It is difficult to break this record made by Jayawardene and Sangakkara in today's time.

10. Australia - World Cup hat-trick win

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Australia holds the record of winning the 50 over World Cup consecutively for 3 years 1999, 2003, and 2007. One under the captaincy of Steve Waugh and the other two under the captaincy of Ricky Ponting. It is very difficult for a team to qualify and win three consecutive World Cup finals.

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