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Top 10 Unbreakable Records in International Cricket History. Part – 2

Hello Cricket Lovers, today in this post we will talk about Top 10 Unbreakable records in international cricket history part 2. If you didn’t read part 1 of Top 10 Unbreakable records in cricket history then you can read this post by Click here. Cricket is the second largest game played by all over world. Cricket is started since 1877 in England, from there many records are made in international cricket. But we will talk about top 10 Unbreakable records of international cricket history. This post is all about top 10 Unbreakable records in international cricket history, unbelievable records in cricket history, unexpected record in cricket history, Unbreakable record in cricket history. So let’s begin…

1. Fastest Century in ODI Cricket History by AB de Villiers (Century in 31 Balls)

First record is held by South African former cricketer AB de Villiers. AB de Villiers is one of the greatest batsman of all time. On the day 18th January 2015, he hit century in just 31 ball against West Indies. His total score was 149 run including 9 four and 16 sixes. After 3 years ABD still hold that record.

2. Highest Runs in an ODI Inning by England ( 481 Runs in ODI)

This record is hold by England. And this is the latest record in this list. England made this record against Australia, which is one of the best team of world. On the day 19 june 2018, England made 481/6 against Australia. For England, Alex Hales (147 runs in 92 balls) and Jonny Bairstow (139 runs in 92 balls) hits the century. And the whole Australia team is all out on 239 runs in just 37 overs. And this is the also biggest victory by run margin for England by 242 runs.

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3. Highest Wicket in an ODI inning by Chaminda Was (8-3-19-8)

On the day 8 december 2001, Sri Lanka’s former cricketer Chaminda Vaas prove why he is one of the greatest bowler of all time. He took 8 wicket in an odi inning against Zimbabwe. In this match, whole Zimbabwe team score only 38 runs in 15.4 overs. And this is the third lowest score by a team in odi. Zimbabwe captain Stuart Carlisle, the only player of Zimbabwe who cross two digit runs in this match. Sri Lanka won this match by 9 wicket in just 4.2 overs. And this is one of the biggest victory in odi by remaining most balls. In this match, Chaminda Vaas bowling figure was 8-3-19-8.

4. Lowest Runs in an Test Inning by New Zealand (26 Runs in Test Inning)

In the starting of international cricket England is best team of the world. And in year 1955 England prove this. In march 1955, England team tour of New Zealand. In 2nd test, 2nd inning of New Zealand team was all out on only 26 runs. And this is the lowest total score in a test inning by any team. In this test New Zealand score 200 runs in 1st inning. England score 246 runs in 1st inning. But then in 2nd inning the whole New Zealand team goes down. And all out only for 26 runs, the only one batsman B Sutcliffe(11 run)score in two digit. And after 63 years, New Zealand team still hold this worst cricket record.

5. Lowest Run in an ODI Inning by Zimbabwe (35 Runs in ODI inning)

In april 2004, Zimbabwe made lowest score of international odi cricket. Its 3rd odi of series between Zimbabwe and Sri lanka at harare. In 1st inning whole Zimbabwe team all out on only 35 runs. Srilankan bowler Chaminda Vaas takes 3 wicket, Dilhara Fernando takes 2 wicket and Maharoof takes 4 wicket. None of the Zimbabwe batsman score in 2 digit. After that, Sri lanka won this match by 9 wikcet. Sri lanka won this match in 9.2 overs, and this is also one of the big victory by ball margin.

6. Most ODI World Cup in a row by Australia (1999-2007)

After the decade of 90s, Australia is the most powerful team of the world. Australia was number 1 team of odi and test. Australia is the only team who win three odi world cup in a row. In 1999 Australia beat Pakistan by 8 wicket, in 2003 Australia beat India by 125 runs and in 2007 Australia beat Sri lanka by 53 runs. All three finals Australia won by a asian team. In 1999 Steve Waugh was captain of Australia, in 2003 & 2007 Ricky Ponting was captain of Australia. Australia win the odi world cup 5 times and this is also a unbreakable record. And the current odi champion is also Australia.

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7. Most Consecutive Wins in ODI World Cup by Australia (1999-2011)

As per mention in last record Australia won consecutive 3 odi world cup. In between Australia also made a record of most consecutive wins in odi world cup. From 1999 to 2011, Australia win 25 match in world cup in a row. And it is the most consecutive wins in world cup by any team. BTW Australia was unbeatable in 34 consecutive matches.

8. Best Economy Rate in ODI Match by Phil Simmons (10-8-3-4)

In 1992, Westindies former cricketer Phil Simmons made a unbreakable record. Phil Simmons give only 3 runs in his 10 over of a odi match. This match was played between Westindies & Pakistan. Phil Simmons give only 3 runs in 10 over and get 4 wickets. In 10 over 8 over was maidan. His economy rate was only 0.30 run per over.

9. Highest Partnership in ODI Match of 372 Run by Chris Gayle & Marlon Samuels

In 2015 odi world cup, Chirs Gayle & Marlon Samuels makes 372 runs partnership in odi match against Zimbabwe. Which is highest partnership for any wicket. In this match Gayle hits his first double century of odi cricket. And Samuels score 133 run. Westindies won this match by 73 runs by D/L method.

10. Played on Most Venues by Sachin Tendulkar (90+ Stadiums)

Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar hold many records of cricket. Sachin have many unbreakable record. Sachin was playing on 90+ cricket grounds, which is the highest number by any cricketer.
This are the top 10 unbreakable records in international cricket history part 2. If we forgot any record then tell us in comment section.

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Updated: October 14, 2018 — 9:14 am

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