Cricket is called a game of uncertainties, here bowlers also do something new which becomes history forever. Talk about bowling at the same time, there have been such bowlers who have plagued the batsmen of the opposition team.
But many times these same bowlers did not give their wickets easily and took their teams out of difficult clocks. Some bowlers made great records with the bat on the field, knowing that everyone would be proud of them. Let us tell you which bowlers are included in this list
Here, the first thing on the list is that of Pakistani fast bowler Wasim Akram. He scored 257 runs in the year 1996 against Zimbabwe. During that innings, Akram hit 12 sixes.
Apart from this, Wasim Akram shared 313 runs with Saqlain Mushtaq. Let us tell you that the 257 runs scored by Wasim Akram are the highest score made by any number 8 batsman.
Ashton Agar of Australia showed his batting power in the first match when he scored 98 runs in his debut Test against England. This was the highest score made by any batsman playing at number 11 in the very first match. Ashton Eggar had raised his team’s score to 280 with the brilliance of his batting.
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Not only this, but Eger also recorded the record of the biggest partnership for the last wicket in his name. This feat was done by Agar along with Philip Hughes where the two shared a 163-run partnership.
Shane Warne, one of the great leg-spinners, showed great with the ball, while his bat was also not lacking. Shane Warne holds the record for taking 708 wickets in Test cricket, but despite this, Warne never disappointed his team with the bat.
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Although Warne could never score a century, he scored 3,154 runs in 145 Tests and contributed significantly to every Australian win.
Jason Gillespie of Australia always gave the team a great start with his bowling. But Gillespie showed a lot of brilliance with the bat as well and took Australia out hard at times.
He scored an unbeaten 201-run knock against Bangladesh in Chittagong in 2006, which is the highest run scored by any night watchman in an innings. Gillespie had a 320-run partnership with Michael Hussey and led his team to a score of 581.
India’s bowler Ajit Agarkar (Ajit Agarkar) did a century against England at Lord’s. By the way, Agarkar has another amazing record in batting.
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In 2000, Agarkar had scored a half-century in 21 balls against Zimbabwe in Rajkot. In this match, Agarkar scored 67 runs off 25 balls at a strike rate of 268 which included 4 sixes and 7 fours.