Be it a school-going child or over a 60-year-elderly person, everybody is cutting-edge about each cricket match. The rage isn't bound to worldwide matches alone. However, to household games as well! We as a whole tail them everything except do we recollect them? Do we see between the scorecards?
There are many unusual facts about Cricket matches and cricket itself, which we do not know about. As an ardent fan of cricket, everyone should know about these facts; keep a tab on the latest inclusion as well.
Here are a few fascinating and obscure realities of cricket that you may never have taken note of.
Chris Gayle got excused for a duck on the absolute first ball threefold in test matches. This selective duck record is shared by Conrad Hunte, Sunil Gavaskar, and Sanath Jayasuriya also.
Peter Siddle, the Australian quick bowler, is the main cricketer to have gotten a capping stunt on his birthday. This was on 25th November 2010 against England at Brisbane. Furthermore to the cap stunt, that day got him his vocation best bowling figures of 6 for 54 too.
Lost Every World Cup
The main ICC cricket crew is the England cricket crew, who has lost World Cup last in all organizations. Sixty overs World Cup (1979), 50 overs World Cup (1987, 1992), and 20 overs World Cup (2016)!
Won every World Cup
The main ICC cricket crew is the Indian cricket team who has won World Cup in all organizations. Sixty overs World Cup (1983), 50 overs World Cup (2011), and 20 overs World Cup (2007)!
The best Test Captain throughout the entire existence of cricket is Graeme Smith. He has won 3 tests as a commander. He is the main captain to have driven the side for 100 tests too.
Courtney Walsh, the previous West Indian captain, holds the record for having the most number of not outs in test cricket matches. It is an unbeaten record of multiple times.
On and On
Allan Border, previous Australian captain, has played 153 continuous tests for Australia. It is the most by any cricketer. This is by all accounts an eternity strong record.
Nothing out of Asia
MS Dhoni, who was in the past Indian cricket crew chief, is yet to score an ODI ton outside Asia. He has just played 250+ ODI scoring 9000+ runs at a normal of 51 odd with only 10 tons scoring, every one of them inside Asia.
The ex-Indian captain, Sourav Ganguly, is the main player to win four continuous Man of the Match awards in One Day Internationals.