There is no shortage of records in the cricket world, here they are made and broken every day and then new records are made, so cricket is called a game of uncertainties but there are many such records which probably will not break any. There are many players in these, many umpires of many teams and cricket grounds.
Brian Lara’s unbeaten 400 runs: –
Former West Indies cricket team captain Brian Lara, who is a very famous and popular batsman and captain of his time, scored 400 runs against England cricket team in Antigua in 2003-04, in which he faced 582 balls in which 43 Fours and 4 sixes were also hit.
Six Sixes: –
So far in international cricket, it has rained sixes only in the entire over, meaning six consecutive sixes. It was the first time that South African storm batsman Herschelle Gibbs had hit sixes in a single over in a one-day match against Holland. While the second time Indian all-rounder Yuvraj did it. In the first edition of T20, Yuvraj Singh did this on the balls of Stuart Broad of England at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa. Yuvraj has done this feat for 9 years today but no record has been found so far.
He also took four consecutive wickets in the World Cup: –
Taking 1 or 2 wickets in an over is a common practice, but taking four wickets in an over is not a common thing for any big team. In the 2007 Cricket World Cup, something similar was done by Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga against South Africa when he showed the path of pavilion to four big batsmen on four balls.Today this record has passed 9 years but it seems impossible to break. is .
No player’s average more than these: –
In Test cricket, former Australian cricketer Donald Bradman’s average in Test matches is probably no longer visible to anyone. Bradman averaged a total of 80 innings from 1928 to 1948, which is 99.94.