Shahid Afridi collides with Khulna batsman

By | November 23, 2016
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Don Bradman could be rated as the greatest test batsman of all time just for his outstanding average of almost 100 runs. Some people are recently heard saying that Don played on only a couple of grounds, and may be even the bowling was also ordinary, and hence he has that kind of average. Then the others at that time too played on limited number of grounds and against the same bowlers. No one of them could even come near Don Bradman. We have not heard of any of the other great batsmen averaging near 100 even in first class. Hence Bradman can be easily dubbed as the greatest batsman in the history of test cricket. Watch video in link below

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Brain Lara could play both pace and spin as well as or better than anybody else in the history of game, and at the same time do things that have been rarity throughout the history of cricket, and of course his records boasts of unique feats. He is the only batsman in the history of the game to have scored a 500 in first class cricket, only batsman to have scored a 400 in test cricket, one of only four batsmen to have scored two triple hundreds throughout the history of the game, and of course is among those batsmen to have scored most number of double century. Hanif Mohammad is another cricketer who came close to scoring 500 in first class matches. He was a flamboyant batsman and has two entries in a list for scoring most number of runs in an over.