7 unbreakable records in cricket history
Sachin Tendulkar’s 34357 runs and 100 international centuries:
He is not only the top run-getter in Test and ODI cricket, but also the most-capped player in the two formats.
Muttiah Muralitharan’s wickets in international cricket:
Amongst the current bowlers, James Anderson’s 901 international scalps comes closest to Muralitharan’s 1357 wickets; hence, it looks like an impossible one to break.
Brian Lara’s 400 not out in Test cricket:
Brian Lara batted at number three and made history by scoring the first-ever quadruple hundred in Test cricket.
Lasith Malinga taking four wickets in four balls twice:
The right-arm paceman holds the unique record of dismissing four batsmen on the trot twice in international cricket.
Jim Laker – 19 wickets in a Test:
Former England spinner Jim Laker famously ran riot over the Australian batting line-up when the two teams met in Manchester in 1956.
Rohit Sharma’s 264:
Rohit Sharma scored his second double hundred in One-day internationals, his first against Sri Lanka, and went on to smash the highest score by a batsman in the format.
Don Bradman’s Test batting average
He has a batting average of 99.94, compiling 6996 runs with 29 centuries and 13 fifties.