India fantasy cricket is one of those games that have spread like wildfire in the entire nation. Wherever you go, you will notice 2 out of 3 sports fans play fantasy cricket and win cash daily.
Online fantasy cricket has been the favourite pastime in the recent years for all the sports fans. Enjoying the real cricket matches and the cricket fantasy at 11wickets App brings about a great variety in cricket.
In our today’s post, we will tell the online cricket game fans about a few crazy cricket records. Read on:
Rahul Dravid and his duck records
Putting all three formats together; Rahul Dravid holds the record of 173 consecutive innings without a duck.
Most capped skipper MS Dhoni
Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been the most capped captain across all formats. The previous record held by Australia’s Ricky Ponting, with 324 appearances and Dhoni stand at 326.
Follow-on match loss
Only thrice has a team lost a Test match after imposing follow-on. Australia has been at the receiving end on all three occasions, against India, in 2001, and twice from England in 1981 and 1894.
4 World Cup Centuries
Kumar Sangakkara attained an unparalleled feat in the history of World Cup and ODI cricket as the top batsman registered his fourth sequential century, 124 off 95 balls, during Sri Lanka’s group match against Scotland in World Cup March 2015. This is also the first time ever a batsman has scored four 100 in the same edition of the World Cup. Sangakkara’s earlier three centuries were — 104 against Australia, 117* against England and 105* against Bangladesh.
Highest T20I score
With 263 runs, Australia has the highest Twenty20 international score, defeating home team Sri Lanka by 85 runs. The previous record was held by Sri Lanka, as they scored 260 runs against Kenya in 2007.
Highest number of sixes in T20I
The first T20I between India and West Indies played in Florida on Aug. 27, 2016 has the highest number of sixes being hit in a T20 match. While the Caribbean side struck 21 sixes, the Indians were successful in sending the ball over the ropes on 11 occasions, taking the overall count to 32 in the encounter. The previous record of 30 sixes was set in a game between Ireland and Netherlands in 2014.
Highest ever World Cup total
Surpassing India’s 413/5 in 2007 against Bermuda, Australia registered the highest ever World Cup total of 417/6 against the minnows Afghanistan in their Pool A game at Perth in March 2015.
6 sixes of Sir Don Bradman
Sir Don Bradman might be observed as the most fearless batsman, he might have beaten bowlers all over the stadium but amazingly, he has hit only six sixes in his entire Test career.
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