Test ODI Cricket Records: Day by day, cricket is increasing. The number of matches is rising. Now a record is made in every other match and broken in the third match. Records are broken as soon as they are made, but even today, there are some such records in the history of cricket which can hardly be broken. Far from breaking these records, neither the fans would know about these records nor most of the players remember now. For decades no one has even been able even to reach these records.
Most economical bowling in ODI match
What would you call the most economical spell in ODI cricket? Phil Simmons is the name who set a benchmark for economical bowling in 1992. He bowled ten overs against Pakistan. In which there were 8 maiden overs. His economy was 0.30. Simmons took 4 wickets for 3 runs.
Oldest test cricketer
The career of any player was entirely considered over after 40. It is not that those aged 41 or 42 did not play in international cricket, but the oldest Test cricketer was Wilfred Rhodes, who played his last Test match at 52 and 165 days. England’s legendary all-rounder Wilfred has 4204 wickets in first-class cricket.
Most wickets in an ODI match
Chaminda Vaas holds the record for taking the most wickets in a match in the history of ODI cricket. He is the only bowler in the world to take 8 wickets in an international ODI match. He did this feat against Zimbabwe in December 2001. He also took a hat-trick in this match.
Shortest test match
A test match is played for a maximum of 5 days. Sometimes a test match gets over even in 3 days. Any team has to face an embarrassing defeat in a match that ends in 3 days. The shortest match in the history of Test cricket was played between South Africa and Australia in 1932. The match did not last even a day. The match was settled in just 5 hours 53 minutes. South Africa scored 36 runs in the first and 45 in the second innings. Australia scored 153 runs in the first innings and won the match by 72 runs.