These are some unbreakable records in cricket history
In the field of cricket, the player tries to establish a record from his game that he will become a record. Among the players' efforts in the field of cricket, many records have been seen and broken up till date. Such special types of records that can not be found in cricket are found to be unacceptable, such records are given special status, which are included in Guinness Book of the World Records.
So today we talk about some of the unique records of international cricket that have joined Guinness Book of the World Records.
-Sachin Tendulkar's is World Cup's highest run scorer
Sachin Tendulkar ... When we hear the name, a record man's image begins to appear in front of our eyes. Sachin Tendulkar has set a record for world cricket, he is one of his record, making his World Cup title the highest score.
Sachin Tendulkar has participated in 6 World Cup titles in his career. Sachin has scored 2278 runs in 45 matches at an average of 57, which is a record.
-Mahendra Singh Dhoni's Winning Six's bat is the most expensive
That memorable six of the 2011 World Cup finals will not be remembered. Which came out of Dhoni's bat and the Indian team was given historic success after 28 years. The bat that Mahendra Singh Dhoni had brought from the bat became the most expensive bat in the world.
Dhoni's bat was bought by Indian company RK Global and Security Ltd paying a huge remuneration of $ 1,61,295.
-Shoaib Akhtar's name is the fastest ball of cricket history
Pakistan's Shoaib Akhtar has been one of the world's most stormy bowlers who scare batsmen in his entire career at their perilous pace. This pace of Shoaib Akhtar made him the fastest bowler in world cricket. Shoaib Akhtar's name is the record of throwing the fastest ball in the history of cricket.
In the 2003 World Cup, Shoaib Akhtar had bowled England's batsman Nick Knight at a speed of 161.3 kmph.
-Graeme Smith is the most captain in most matches
Graeme Smith, a South African veteran, proved to be a great captain as well as being a great batsman. Under the captaincy of Graeme Smith, South Africa's team has achieved great success. Due to this success, Smith remained the captain of South Africa for a long time.
Graeme Smith has made a record of captaincy in most 100 matches as captain, which is not the name of any captainImage Copyright: Goovle/wikimediacommons