Nine Cricket Records That Nobody Remembers

Abdur Rehman, a seasoned Pakistani left-arm rewriter, was disallowed from bowling in the Asia Mug match against Bangladesh in 2014 after he bowled 3 consecutive high full-tosses. After the 3rd one, Umpire Johan Cloete suspended him from bowling and he completed with figures of 0-0-8-0, which was a new record.

Abdur Rehman, for sure, was not pleased after registering his name in the record book but there are other big names of the cricketing world that have actually made records which they are not proud of.

1. A lot of ducks in ODIs:

Undoubtedly, playing against Sanath Jayasuriya in the mid-90s was absolutely nothing less than a headache for the majority of bowlers. Yet while Jayasuria holds the record for one the fastest ODI 50 on simply 17 balls, this is not his only record.

He likewise has the record for many ducks, 34, in ODIs to his name. Surprisingly, the man alongside him is Shahid Afridi, that racked up the fastest ODI century on simply 37 spheres, with 30 ducks. The third in the row is fabulous, Wasim Akram, with 28 ducks.

2. A lot of ducks in Test cricket:

Think, who is Jayasuriya’s equivalent in Test cricket? Yes, the man with greater than 500 Test gates under his belt; former West Indian pacer Courtney Walsh was bowled 43 times on duck in 185 Test innings. Chris Martin of New Zealand is second with 36 ducks and the terrific Australian bowler, Glenn McGrath, is third in the row with 35 ducks in 138 innings.

3. Most-times bowled out in Test cricket:

Rahul Dravid, renowned for his design and also technique, holds the difference of most-times being bowled in Test cricket with 54 times. He is complied with by Australian Alan Boundary, who has actually been bowled out 53 times.
Little master, Sachin Tendulkar continued to be unfortunate in being bowled out and also falls in the third rank with 48 times.

4. Most expensive over in test cricket:

King of swing, Wasim Akram, is of the sight that Jimmy Anderson is the better bowler but Burewala Express, Waqar Younis, favours Dale Steyn. However, Wasim’s viewpoint came into question after the last Ashes trophy matches happened.

Though Anderson might not bring upon any kind of genuine damages to the Australian batting line, he continued to be effective at bowling the most pricey over of Test cricket background, when George Bailey racked up 28 runs in Perth against him. Robin Peterson of South Africa shares the record with Anderson.

Surprisingly, Peterson additionally yielded 35 runs in an ODI over versus Thisara Perera, the Sri Lankan demonstrator. He is second after Van Bunge of Holland that conceded 6 6s on six rounds– versus Herschelle Gibbs.

5. The majority of no-balls and also longest over in Test cricket:

Curtly Ambrose was most certainly one of the most fearful bowler of the 90s. The large guy, who caught over 400 arches in Tests, bowled the lengthiest 15-ball over including record 9 no-balls.
The match was played in Perth in February 1993. In spite of Ambrose’s mistakes in the first innings, West Indies won the match by 10 gates and Ambrose was gamer of the suit with a five-wicket haul.

6. Longest over in an ODI match

Muhammad Sami, the only bowler who made hat-tricks in all styles (T20 hat-trick in BPL) of the game, bowled a 17-ball over versus Bangladesh containing seven wides and four no spheres in Asia Cup 2004. It was the 3rd over of the match while Sami’s initial over was wicket maiden. It is the longest over thus far in the 50-over style.

7. The majority of runs acknowledged in Test without any wicket

Imran Tahir, who was born in Pakistan but bet South Africa, has the most awful bowling figures in Test cricket. In Adelaide Test, 2012, versus Australia, he bowled 37-overs and also acknowledged 267 runs with no wicket.

Second to him is Khan Muhammad of Pakistan with 259 runs in 54-overs with no wicket versus West Indies in 1958.

8. Slowest century in Tests:

While Corey Anderson lately damaged Boom Boom’s document of the fastest ODI century after 17 years, Mudassar Nazar of Pakistan still holds the document of slowest century in Test cricket. In 1977-78, he completed his century in record 557 minutes at Lahore versus England.

9. Golden duck in century tests:

Playing a 100 Test suits is itself a milestone but making the century Test memorable is phenomenal. English skipper Alastair Chef is the only batsman of this unique club with a golden duck in his 100th Test. Remarkably, in his 99 previous Tests, Cook was never out on the first sphere. However, in the second inning of his 100th Test dipped into Perth, he gathered his first ever golden duck.

While we keep in mind the positive records as well as bears in mind players for their dynamic accomplishments, we must additionally remember the much less highlighted records. They also, besides, called for effort, albeit of an adverse nature.
(Courtesy: Wikipedia, ESPNcricinfo and ICC)

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