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No Kidding these are some of the unbeatable records set in the history of Cricket
Records are made to be broken. But there are a few records, which have stood like pillars. Below is a list of records which I think shall not be broken for a long time unless there is a new Champion with magic in him.
The Gods record
‘The God of cricket’ Sachin Tendulkar has the highest run scored to his name, in both ODI(18,426) and Test Cricket(15,921). He also has the highest centuries to his name- 51 in Test cricket and 49 in ODI. This record would probably remain intact for centuries. But of course, it is not impossible.
Murali’s 800 wickets
Murali took a swooping 800 wickets back in 1964.I think; no one can ever surpass this dangerously set target. Young ace bowlers like Harbhajan singh stand at only 393.
The Debut stars:
‘Mounted 287 runs in 1903’
287 Runs off 419 balls is unthinkable if it is your debut match .it has been 111 years since RE Foster, an English batsman hit this mounted run. But no debut player has been able to surpassed this double century score
Unmatched for 120 years now
In just 27 overs Albert Edwin Trot, an Australian player managed to take down 8 wickets at 43 runs. This record was set in 1895 and no subsequent bowler has been able to match this record.How ever, Narendra Hirwani came a little close in the year 1988 at 8/61 in 18.3 overs.
Lara at 501
400 not out is a score that every test player would dream of. But there have been close encounters by players to beat this score. The score was created in 1994, and seems unassailable somehow. However, Virendra shewag came close to the score but did not beat it.
Topping the Bowling table
Jim laker took 19 wickets for 90 runs in a match against Australia. It has been more than fifty years and this score remains unprecedented. And, I think this record will hold good for a long time. Because the nearest someone came was 16 .