Welcome To Humor Nation. As we know that popularity of cricket has reached its peak, but is still increasing day by day. Youth of our country are just crazy for this game. Level of craziness of cricket in our country is such that people manage time for watching cricket instead of watching it in their free time. Moreover tournaments like IPL has also created apex level of passion among the youth. Great players like Sachin Tendulkar, M.S Dhoni, Virat Kohli are not only their favorite ones, but has became their role models in life. International Cricket is not only a game for us, it has transformed into an emotion. So, lets know interesting as well as amazing facts related to cricket.
So Let’s Take A Look At 20 Interesting Cricket Facts That You Must Know As A Fan!
1. HIGHEST RUNS IN AN OVER
Everyone knows about the fact of maximum 36 runs in a single over. On Contrary, it is very hard to believe this veracity that total 77 runs was scored in match between Canterbury and Wellington, and the Unlucky bowler was R.H Vance.
2. EXCEPTIONAL ATTITUDE IN TEST CRICKET
Chris Gayle, well known for his hard hitting batting style,doesn’t matter whether the game format is Test Cricket or Limited over Cricket. This dangerous man’s freaky record of hitting six on first ball of test match is outstanding.
3. LONGEST INNINGS
You are not used to with this, but talented Pakistani all-rounder, Hanif Mohammed, who has played an out of imagination innings in which he has spent 970 minutes on crease along with the score of 337 against West Indies. This is the highest time spent by any batsman in an innings. He has gifted with another talent that he could bowl with both of his hands.
4. RHODES’S UNBREAKABLE RECORD
An English skilled bowler created an unbelievable record of taking 4204 wickets in first class Cricket and created all time history.
5. FASTEST DELIVERY
Shoaib Akhtar famous as Rawalpindi express always used to scare even worlds top class batsmen from his fast bowling. Once bowled a delivery of speed of 161.27 Kilometer per hour in world cup 2003 conducted in south Africa against England.