Cricket history has witnessed many records being created and then the same being broken by the other players, rarely by the same. In this article let's discuss the top 5 records which are quiet difficult for any cricketer to break easily.
5. Mahindra Singh Dhoni
The most successful captain of India Mahindra Singh Dhoni holds a record that is quite impossible for any captain to achieve in the coming era. The former Indian captain also called as captain cool is the only captain in the history of cricket to win all the ICC Tournaments (T20 WC, 50 overs WC, and champions trophy) he also is the first captain to take India to number 1 position in ICC Test rankings. In Dhoni's captaincy, India has also achieved many feats that are to be remembered forever. Dhoni has also won 3 IPL trophies and 2 CLT trophies with Chennai super kings.
4. Rohit Sharma
Veteran Indian opener Rohit Sharma is also known as a hitman has had many records to his name but there is one record of his which seems to not be broken any early and we aren't talking about the 264 against Srilanka or the 3 double centuries which he has scored till date. His record of 5 international centuries in a single World Cup edition is not going to be a walk on the cake for any batsmen reason being world cup happens once in 4 years and it isn't easy for any batsmen to score 5 or more centuries in a single World Cup unless it's Rohit Sharma himself.
3. Muttiah Muralitharan
The legendary right arm off break Srilankan bowler holds the record of scalping most wickets in both ODI's and Test cricket in the history of cricket. In ODI's the Veteran has scalped 534 wickets and in Test, Murli has 800 wickets to his name. He played his last international match against India in 2010 and it was that game where he created history by picking up his 800th test wicket in his last bowl and helped Srilanka register a victory over India. It will take more than extraordinary for any bowler to come close to this figure.
2. Sachin Tendulkar
The Bharat Ratna awardee Indian legend Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar has had many records to his name even now after retiring from cricket in 2013. Sachin is the highest ODI and Test cricket run-getter and is the only cricketer in history to have had played 200 Test matches. This amazing feat of his is no were closer to be broken looking at the competition players are giving to each other. He also has 51 centuries in test cricket to his name and 15921 runs as well.
1. Don Bradman
The GOAT (greatest of all time) in test cricket Sir Donald George Bradman who was widely acknowledged for his batting during his time holds the greatest achievement by a sportsman. His whooping Test cricket average of 99.94 is considered to be the greatest achievement by a sportsman. This record seems totally impossible to be broken as the second-best average ranges in between 59 to 64. He has also scored 2 Triple centuries in test cricket and being 299 not out once.