1. Unfathomably, most number of runs scored in one over is not 36; as opposed to prevalent thinking it is really "77" which was scored in RH Vance's over in a match amongst Canterbury and Wellington.
2. Pakistani performer spinner, Saeed Ajmal shockingly has never won a solitary honor for the 'Man of the Match' in ODIs.
3. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has never scored an ODI century outside Asia.
4. In the whole history of recorded Cricket, just four players have played on every one of the ten batting positions for a group; names incorporate Lance Klusener, Abdur Razzaq, Shoaib Malik and Hashan Tillakaratne.
5. Swing Sultan – Wasim Akram likewise has his most astounding Test innings score of 257, which is higher than Sachin Tendulkar's most elevated Test score of 248*.
6. The cricket master, Sir Don Bradman hit a sum of 6 sixes in his whole vocation.
7. Ex-Pakistan skipper and veteran batsman Inzamam Ul Haq, knocked down some pins in International cricket, as well as he took a wicket on his first conveyance.
8. Dirk Nannes has played both for Australia and Netherlands, in International Cricket.
9. Sachin Tendulkar (Total Number of Runs in Test) + Zaheer (Total Number of Wickets in Test) = (Almost) Jacques Kallis' Test Career.
10. Indian pacer, Ishant Sharma can be considered in charge of the three greatest scores made "against" India, by a batsman in the 21st century. How? All things considered, he dropped gets from all of three of them, on scores underneath 50.
Later on, Alistair Cook went ahead to make 294 Runs, Michael Clarke made 329 Runs and Brendon McCullum wound up with 302 Runs, in 2011, 2012 and 2014 separately.
11. In all of 400 years history of Cricket, the speediest (electronically measured) speed for a cricket ball knocked down some pins by any bowler, ever, is correctly 161.3 km/h (100.23 mph) by Shoaib Akhtar of Pakistan to Nick Knite of England, on the 22nd February 2003 in the World Cup facilitated by South Africa.
12. Shoaib Akhtar gave Sachin Tendulkar a Golden Duck the first run through these two came straight on, it was a late turn around swinging conveyance that thumped Tendulkar's center wicket off the ground. He had likewise knocked down some pins Dravid, with a comparative turn around swing, one ball before Sachin. These two conveyances are called, 'Twofold peril' when Shoaib Akhtar had his first International effect.
13. Asian little master ‘Hanif Mohammad’, holds the world record for the longest innings in International (and domestic) Test history, an astounding (nerve numbing) 970 Minute (that is, more than 16 hours) 337* against the dominating bowlers of West Indies in Bridgetown in 1957-58.
14. The bat, with which Shahid Afridi scored his fastest century in One Day International, was borrowed from Waqar Younis. The record stayed unbeaten for over a decade, and is still the world’s second fastest century.
15. Not only does Wasim Akram have more ODI wickets than Shane Warne, but he beats him by more than 200 wickets in it. However, Akram lags behind Warne with 95 wickets in both ODI+Test Combined.