List of players who were out on 99 runs

By Ravi - 2024-02-05 17:14:40
List of players who were out on 99 runs

List of players who were out on 99 runs

In cricket, if a batsman reaches 100 runs then it is considered a big contribution. But it is particularly disappointing if he gets out for 99 runs. This makes him feel as if he was deprived of the century he deserved. And what could be more disappointing than if someone gets run out on the unfortunate score of 99 runs. In this we will talk about those players

David Warner

david warner

Chasing a target of 259 runs in the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka, David Warner was all set to score a century at the top of the order to lead his team to victory and level the series. However, luck did not favor David Warner and he missed his 19th ODI century by being out for 99 runs.

Geoffrey Boycott (three times)

Geoffrey Boycott

Geoffrey Boycott was out for 99 runs three times in his career. The first time was in the 1974 West Indies tour, where he faced 340 balls to score 99 runs before being dismissed. For the second time his team was all out for 99* runs against Australia. This is the third time that he has been out for 99 runs in ODI cricket. In 1980, he was dismissed by the Australian team at the Oval after facing 159 balls.

Sachin Tendulkar (three times)

sachin tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar was out for 99 three times in a span of six months in ODI cricket in 2007. This happened for the first time against South Africa in Belfast, then against England in Bristol and last, most rapidly, against Pakistan in Mohali. Tendulkar also holds the record of being out on zero the most number of times in the 90s.

Misbah ul Haq (three times)

Misbah ul Haq

Misbah is one batsman who had the misfortune of witnessing this incident twice during a series. In the first Test of the West Indies tour, he was out on 99* and the team was out. In the next test he would reach 99 but still would not be able to score a century, this time he lost his wicket. What's worse is that Misbah had previously experienced this against New Zealand in 2011.

Richie Richardson (Three Times)

Richie Richardson

West Indies batsman Richie Richardson has also joined the unlucky list: he was out for 99* in Sharjah in 1985, having previously been out for 99 against New Zealand in 1989 and Australia in 1991.

Dean Jones (Two Times)

Dean Jones

Australian icon Dean Jones once returned to the pavilion after being out for 99 against New Zealand in Perth in 1989, before that he was out for 99* off 77 balls against Sri Lanka in Adelaide in 1985.

Sanath Jayasuriya (Two Times)

 Sanath Jayasuriya

Sri Lankan opening batsman Sanath Jayasuriya was out twice for 99, both in aggressive fashion, the first time against India in Colombo 2001, and the next time against England in Adelaide 2003, all off 83 balls. Jayasuriya also had to face the misfortune of being out for 199 runs in Test cricket.

Virender Sehwag (Two Times)

Virender Sehwag

India's opening batsman Virender Sehwag scored 99 twice in 2010, in a Test against Sri Lanka in July, he was out for 99, and in August, that infamous occasion when Sehwag scored 99 while taking one run to win Batted on. And Suraj Randiv gave a big no-ball. Sehwag hit a six on the ball, but it was not counted and Sehwag returned to the pavilion on the score of 99*.

Alex Hales (Two Times)

Alex Hales

England's Alex Hales was the first batsman to be dismissed for 99 in T20I cricket, which happened against the West Indies in 2012. Who is out on the score of 99*. It would be doubly unfortunate for him to be out for 99 runs in this ODI. Time, against South Africa in Pretoria in 2016.

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