99* Unbeaten in a Test Innings

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Wednesday, April 26th, 2017 | 0

Who does not love to be unbeatable in the cricket match! No one do not like to loss his team, as like as batsmen also do not want to give his wickets. But it’s also pretty sure, nobody wants to be unfortunate to remain unbeaten on 99 runs. Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq remained unbeaten on 99 in just such a manner as Kingston so he did not want to do. Misbah, the sixth batsman to be unbeaten on 99 runs in Test history Jeff Boycott of the first England. Boycott remained unbeaten on 99 runs in the fourth innings of the Perth Test in Ashes in 1979. England’s Alex Tudor to be separated from the unfortunate sixth. Although all other teams were all-out, in 1999, against England in New Zealand, Tudor was unbeaten on 99 in the Edgbaston Test and England reached the target of 208.


The Unlucky 6 list

  1. Jeff Boycott (England)  Opt: Australia,  Venue: Perth        Year: 1979
  2. Steve Woah (Australia) Opt: England    Venue: Perth       Year: 1995
  3. Alex Tudor (England) Opt: New Zealand            Venue: Edgbaston           Year: 1999
  4. Shaun Pollock (South Africa) Opt: Sri Lanka    Venue: Centurion            Year: 2002
  5. Andrew Hall (South Africa) Opt: England      Venue: Headling               Year: 2003
  6. Misbah-ul-Haq (Pakistan) Opt: West Indies              Venue: Kingston               Year: 2017
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