Top 5 negative records in cricket history

Top 5 negative records in cricket history: Despite of some positive records there are some cricketers who punched their name in some worst moments.Here are some of the Records which no one knows.

Most runs conceded with no wicket in TEST:

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Imran Tahir, Pakistan born South African player holds this unique record. In Adelaide 2012, he bowled 37-overs giving away 267 runs without any wicket against mighty Australia. Next to him Khan Mohammad of Pakistan gave away 259 runs in 54-overs against West Indies in 1998.

Longest over in an ODI match:

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Mohammad Sami of Pakistan, the only bowler who made hat-tricks in all formats of cricket, bowled a 17 ball over against Bangladesh which contains 7 wides and 4 no balls in Asia cup 2004 while his first over is been a maiden.

Most time Bowled out in Test cricket:

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Rahul Dravid, the wall, who holds this distinction of most time bowled out in Test cricket with 54 times. Alan Border of Australia has been bowled out 53 times standing next to Dravid.

Most ducks in ODI:

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Sanath Jayasuriya the nightmare for bowlers in late 90’s has got most number of ducks 34 times in ODI. He also holds the record of fastest ODI 50 in 17 balls. Next to him Pakistan’s destructive all-rounder with 30 ducks.

Most runs scored in a over in Test cricket:

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Till date there are two batsman who scored 28 runs in a over in test match. Brain Lara scored 28 runs against South Africa on 14 December 2003, he thrashed Robin Pietersen for 4′ fours and 1′ six. 10 years later George Bailey matched Lara’s record by hitting 4-6-2-4-6-6 against England and James Anderson was the bowler, who got punished.

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