Unbeatable Cricket Records 2022: Some truly unbreakable records, such as Sachin’s 100 centuries and most runs in international matches, were left off my list of unbeatable cricket records. And now, finally, I present to you my list of truly inexhaustible records; as always, your contribution is welcome. Here Are The List of Unbeatable Cricket Records 2022:
Records that can’t be broken in cricket till 2022
10. Jack Hobbs Runs and Centuries in First Class
10 on the list of unbeatable cricket records, Jack Hobbs’ batting stats in first-class cricket are just mind-boggling. In his first-class career, Jack Hobbs scored 61,237 runs including 197 centuries.
Jack Hobbs was over 50 when he played first-class cricket. His career numbers are now so high that it seems no one can beat him. I think his runs and hundreds in first-class cricket are the 10 best records that cannot be broken.
9. Don Bradman 974 runs in a test series
Wally Hammond must have been proud of himself by scoring 905 runs on the 1928–29 tour of Australia, which is the next record that cannot be broken. In the next Ashes series played in England, one of the best batsmen, Don Bradman broke that record by scoring 974 runs in five matches.
At Trent Bridge they were 8 and 131, at Lord’s they were 254 and 1, at Headingley they were 334, at Manchester they were 14, and at The Oval they were 232. Vivian Richards had scored 829 runs in 1976 against the same opponent. Which was closest to breaking Bradman’s record.
8. Economy Rate of Phil Simmons in an ODI
In One Day Internationals, if you bowl for ten overs, a good performance is when you give less than four runs per over or 40 runs in total.
Look at Phil Simmons. In the 1992 One Day International against Pakistan, he conceded only three runs or 0.3 runs per over. Now, with more focus on offense in ODIs, Simmons’ record is unlikely to be broken.
7. Graham Gooch’s 456 runs in a Test match
At Lord’s, the former English captain scored 333 runs in the first innings against India. In the second innings, he scored 123 runs off 113 balls. In this match, he scored 456 runs which were never done before and it seems an impossible record to beat.
Even though Brian Lara, one of the best left-handed batsmen, later scored 400 runs against England, Gooch’s record is yet to be broken.
6. Chaminda Vaas’s bowling statistics in ODIs
Left-arm Sri Lankan fast bowler Chaminda Vaas took 8 wickets for just 19 runs for Zimbabwe. And became the only bowler in the history of the game to take 8 wickets in One Day Internationals. One can take more than eight wickets in future, but it will be a miracle because ODI is all about the batsmen.
Also, this spell is definitely one of the best bowling figures in the history of ODI cricket. And with this spell, he ensured that he will always remain one of the best fast bowlers.
5. Australia’s consecutive Test victories
Australia won 16 Test matches twice in a row, once under the leadership of Steve Waugh from 1999 to 2001 and again under Ricky Ponting from 2005 to 2008.
They did it in their “golden years”, when McGrath, Shane Warne and Jason Gillespie were part of their bowling attack and Steve Waugh, Ricky Ponting, Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist were part of their batting line-up.
4. Jim Laker’s Test Match Bowling Statistics
When England played against Australia at Old Trafford in 1956, off-spinner Jim Laker took 19 for 90, with only one missing. He took 10 wickets in the first innings and 9 wickets in the second innings. Anil Kumble has previously taken 10 wickets in a Test innings – against Pakistan in 1999 – but took 19 wickets in a match?
We’ll probably never see it again. Also, this bowling spell has one of the best bowling figures in Test cricket.
3. International wickets of Muttiah Muralitharan
One of the best spin bowlers of all time, Murali first played for Sri Lanka when he was only 20. Soon, he became successful and stumped the batsmen across the world.
After almost 20 years, he has taken 800 wickets in Test matches, 534 wickets in One Day Internationals and 13 wickets in Twenty20 Internationals. His record of 1347 international wickets will never be broken.
2. Tendulkar’s International Matches, Runs and Centuries
Sachin Tendulkar has set many records for batting. He has scored 15,837 runs in Tests, including 51 centuries in 198 matches and 18,426 runs in One Day Internationals, including 49 centuries in 463 games.
Furthermore, he scored 34,273 runs in his international career, and it is unlikely that anyone will ever be able to beat these numbers. Apart from this, he was also the best cricket player of all time.
1. Don Bradman’s Test Career Batting Average
Don Bradman, or ‘The Don’ averaged 99.94 in 80 Test cricket innings. The next Test batsman averaged just over 60. These figures show that Bradman is one of the top batsmen in the game.
Bradman’s 99.94 Test average is a shorthand for his talent. His 95.14 first-class average wouldn’t even top it.
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