Bradman’s superhuman Records

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Thursday, July 28th, 2016 | 0

Bradman's superhuman Records

In 1948, Bradman finished his test career with his great “0”. But this legend cricketer has some superhuman records which is really untouchable. In 1948, Bradman scored his last test Centuries on this day (27th July). This legend builds unlimited records on his International career. From there, some of the highlights here:

 Donald Bradman’s Test average of 99.94. If he can score only 4 runs in the last innings of his career, the average could reach 100. It is untouchable for any player.

 He has the highest run in one series. In 1930, Don scored 974 runs with two double centuries one centuries and one triple century against England.

 Most 12 double centuries in his international career

 2 Triple-centuries, Brian Lara and Virender Sehwag have 2 as well

 Quickest one thousands run as Australian Cricketer.

 The best player of all time finished cricket season with 100+ average at 7 times.

 Scored 6 centuries in a single season.

 As the only player who scored 5 thousand runs against a single opponent. 5028 runs against England

 As the only player to make a century in six consecutive test.

 As the only player to score double hundred three times in a series. At 1930, in Ashes series, he played 254 runs, 333 runs, and 232 runs innings.

 He was elected the best player of the twentieth century by Wisden Cricket Almanac in 2000


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