Cricket Records: 3 Unheard Records Of Cricket History, No One Could Reach Them For Years


Cricket is the most popular sport in India. Team India has many big records in the history of cricket. You must have seen many records being made and broken in cricket many times, but in this news, we will tell you about those 3 unheard records that very few fans know about. No player has been able to break these records for years. You will also be surprised to know about these records.


Oldest player in test cricket:

The fitness of a player is most important in cricket. Former Team India captain Virat Kohli has increased his level of fitness, but there is one player who played cricket till the age of 52. England’s great all-rounder Wilfred Rhodes played his last Test at the age of 52 years and 165 days. He is the oldest player to play a test match. Apart from this, Wilfred has two more records in his name. He has played 1110 first-class cricket matches. And he has 4204 wickets in his name in first-class cricket.

Highest batting average:

Australian cricketer Sir Don Bradman has been the greatest batsman in the history of Test cricket. His batting average in Tests has been 99.94. Till date, no player has come close to Don Bradman’s batting average. At second place is Australia’s Adam Voges who batted at an average of 61.87. In this case, just by looking at the average of the second-ranked batsman, you can guess that there is little chance of breaking Bradman’s record.

Most economical spell in ODI match:


The record of bowling the most economical bowling in an ODI match is in the name of West Indies’ Phil Simmons. In the ODI match played against Pakistan in 1992, he gave only 3 runs at an economy of 0.30 while bowling 8 overs in a 10-over spell and took 4 wickets. No one has been able to break this record of his yet.

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