The Greatest Cricketer in the History of Cricket
The first triple century-maker, Andrew Sandham, and speed star Shoaib Akhtar Andrew Sandham were named the best cricketers. The Queen was awarded the title of “Knight Bachelor” for her services to the sport of Sir Gary Sobers, while coins were issued in memory of Don Bradman.
The game of cricket originated in southeast London in the 16th century and expanded to Australia in 1844. It gained international prominence, after which the International Cricket Council was formed in 1877. Since 1877, international cricket matches have been played by various cricketers, including WG Grace, Charles Bannerman, Don Bradman, Brian Lara, Sanath Jayasuriya, Mataya Murali Dharan, Ricky Ponting. , AB de Villiers, Sachin Tendulkar, Hanif Mohammad, and Zaheer Abbas.
Hand-batted English batsman And Reusandham have the honor of scoring the first “triple century” in the history of Test cricket. His cricket career spanned a period of 9 years from 1921 to 1930 in which he played 14 Test matches. In 1911 he started playing first-class matches with Surrey County. By 1926 he had set three unique records in county cricket. He made his Test debut against Australia in 1921 and was named Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1923.
He did not perform well in the match against South Africa in 1922-23. The England cricket team toured the West Indies in 1929-30, and Andrew was part of the English squad. In the first Test match in Bridgetown, he scored 152 and 51 in the first and second innings. The next two matches were played in Georgetown and Port of Spain. His batting failed. The fourth Test match was played in Kingston. He set a new world record by scoring a triple century in the first innings while demonstrating excellent batting. He also previously held the record for most runs scored in an innings at 292, which he set in 1924 against the Northamptons. He toured South Africa with the MCC team in 1930-31 and broke his ankle in a traffic accident in Durban in December 1930, which required surgery but ended his Test career. Done. While he was still playing first-class cricket. The Australian team toured Britain in 1934, scoring a double century while playing for Surrey County. In 1935, he scored a century in “Bang Stoke”, which was the first world record of a cricketer. In 1937, he scored the third double century of his career, a month before his 47th birthday.
Donald George Bradman, the second triple century in the history of cricket, was born in 1908 in New South Wales, Australia. He loved to play cricket since childhood and scored the first not out century of his life at the age of just 12, batting against Matagang High School from his school, Bural Public School. In 1920 he played for the local team of Boral and remained unbeaten in both innings. That same year, his father took him to Sydney Cricket Ground to watch the fifth Test of the Ashes series. Where he expressed his desire to play a match on this ground with his father. In 1925-26 he became a permanent part of the Boral team. That same year, he batted for his team and scored his first double century against the Vangello District.
A Prestigious Ceremony:
At the end of his tour of the West Indies in May 2017, he announced his retirement from the game with captain Misbah-ul-Haq. A few days later, a prestigious ceremony was held at Lord’s Cricket Ground in the United Kingdom in honor of the former Pakistan legend cricketer. Wahab Riaz, Coach Mickey Arthur, Fielding Coach, Batting Coach Grant Flower, and Assistant Coach Shahid Aslam attended. During the ceremony, a representative of Wisden, the most prestigious cricket magazine, presented a special Wisden book to former Test captain Younis Khan, which included Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq along with five other players in the Wisden Cricketer of the Year. In the closing session of the ceremony, Younis Khan presented his cricket bat and gloves to the curator of Lord’s Museum, which are kept in the museum as a memento.