Cricket: Getting out between 90 and 99 runs is the worst for any batsman. Actually he does not want to come out so close to his century. However, despite not wanting many times, the batsman falls prey to nervous nerves and is unable to complete his century.
Legendary players like Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, and Brian Lara have also been a victim of nervous nineties many times in their Test careers.
However, today we are going to talk about 3 such legendary cricketers, who have never been a victim of nervous nerves in their Test cricket career. If these 3 batsmen crossed 90 runs, they would have scored a century.
Sir Don Bradman
Australia’s great player Sir Don Bradman has never been a victim of nervous nineties in his Test cricket career, which means that whenever he touched the score of 90, he used to convert it into a century.
Sir Don Bradman was born on 27 August 1908. Bradman played his first Test match at the age of 20. He first made a splash in first-class cricket, after which he also shone in international cricket.
In first-class cricket, he has scored 28067 runs in 338 innings of 234 matches with an impressive average of 95.14. During this, he scored 117 centuries and 69 half-centuries.
At the same time, in Test cricket, he has made 6996 names in 80 innings of 52 matches with an excellent average of 99.94. During this, he scored 29 centuries and 13 half-centuries.
Greg Chappell was an outstanding salute to the Australian team. He has been the coach of the Indian team. Greg Chappell is also included in the list of players who have never been out in the score for nervous nights.
Australian opener Greg Chappell played his first match in 1970. He scored 7110 runs in 87 matches with an excellent average of 53.86. During this time he also scored 24 centuries and 31 half-centuries. Also, his maximum score is 247 not out.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan was a great player of his time. His name is also included in the list of the legendary players, who have never been out in the score of nervous nights.
Michael Vaughan has scored 5719 runs in 147 innings of 82 matches at an average of 41.44. During this time he also scored 18 centuries and 18 half-centuries. His maximum score is 197 not out.