꧁𓊈𒆜🅹🅸🅾🆃🆅🆅🅸🅽🅴🅴𒆜𓊉꧂Top-5 most embarrassing records in the history of cricket: Creating a personal record is very important for everyone in the history of cricket.
Records are made and broken at almost every field of cricket. But there are some records that are counted as very poor records for the players.
So today we will tell about the top-5 most embarrassing record in the history of cricket in our article.
On this list comes the number one record of being the boldest in the history of Test cricket.
So do you know that in the history of Test cricket, former great batsman of India Rahul Dravid is the most often clean bowled player?
Technically known as a very strong batsman, this Indian player has recorded an embarrassing record of being bowled 54 times in the history of Test cricket, playing 164 Tests.
The same number in this list, the record of giving the most runs in an over of Test cricket. So you probably know that Rahul Dravid.
The fast bowler of the England cricket team comes up. Let us tell you that he is the first fast bowler in the world to take the highest wicket in the history of Test cricket.
But James Anderson holds an extremely embarrassing record. He had spent 28 runs in the same over against the Australian team. Which is the biggest overrun ever in Test cricket history.
The record for spending the most in this list at number three without taking any wicket. South African team player Imran Tahir is included in this list.
The South African spin bowler bowled a total of 37 overs in Test cricket. But still, he did not get any wickets, during this time he also gave a total of 267 runs.
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The same record of the longest over in the history of cricket in this list. Former fast bowler Mohammed Shami of the Pakistan cricket team holds the record for the highest number of balls over.
The Pakistan fast bowler had bowled just one over of 17 balls against the West Indies cricket team in 2004. During this time he had thrown 7 Noble balls and 4 wide balls.
In this list, the record of being dismissed for the most number of times in the history of ODI cricket at number five, in the history of ODI cricket.
Sanath Jayasuriya, the former all-rounder of the Sri Lankan team, took more than 14 thousand runs and more than 300 wickets in ODI cricket.
The player who gets dismissed the most times is zero. And with this, this spam record is still recorded in his name. Jayasuriya is a total of 34 dismissals.