Cricket is a religion in India and today we will tell you some religious stories about which you will be surprised. This religion, which was established in the 16th century, has amended quite a lot over time. Here are some of the cricket records that you will know about.
These records were made during the domestic match between Scratch XI and Victoria in 1893-94. In fact, at that time, batsmen could run as many runs as they wanted on a ball. On the first ball of the match, the Victoria team's batsmen shot the ball, after which the ball got stuck on a tree near the ground. Since the ball was visible from the field then the umpire could not say anything. The other team got to take up the ball, and batsmen continued to run for runs. Even after coffee time after the ball did not come, the umpire ordered the cut of the tree, but the attempt was also unsuccessful, after which the umpire asked to shoot the ball with a rifle, after much effort, when the ball was gone, 286 runs were scored. The interesting thing is that no one caught the catch even after the ball fell. This news was published in London's 'Pal Mall Gazette' magazine on January 15, 1894.
Virender Sehwag scored 17 runs in 1 ball against Pakistan in 2004. In front of Sehwag, Pakistani bowler Naved-ul-Hasan was there. Baller thrashed the first 3 no ball at which Sehwag had made two fours and then a right ball on which no run was made, after Naved did the two no ball, out of it, a ball hit the ball, while no run scored on the other. . In this way, with three chops, 12 and 5 no-balls were given to India.
During a domestic match in Australia, Gary Chapman made a world record of 17 runs in a ball. Actually, after playing Gary's shot, the ball was lost in the grass of the field, which was found by Gary's 17 runs. This record was included in the Guinness Book in 1992.
This is a world record for the laziness of fielders, when FGB Ponsonby ran 9 runs against Cambridge University in 1942 playing on behalf of MCC. Also in 1873, AN Hobby scored 9 runs in a ball playing on behalf of Lancashire, SH Hallwood played for Merseys against Derbyshire and Bill Edreich scored 9 runs in 1 ball in 1949.