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My Top 5 Batsman

My Top 5 Greatest Batsman

Hello, this blog is on my top 5 greatest cricket batsman of all time, this list might be similar to yours because these 5 batsmen are remarkable batsmen. This blog will include stats,
E.g. averages and matches, pictures and a paragraph on each batter,
I hope you like it.

5. Brian Lara

This West Indian has once pulled of a remarkable innings with 400*, luckily the 11th batsmen stayed in long enough for Lara to get his 440. He played in the 1990s and finished lately in 2006.

Test: 52.88
ODI: 40.48

Top Score
Test: 400*
ODI: 169

Test: 131
ODI: 299

Total Runs
Test: 11,953
ODI: 10,405

4. Sachin Tendulker

You all might know about Sachin Tendulker because he still plays today for India, he has played 162 tests which is more than triple the amount of test matches Don Bradman has played.

Test: 54.72
ODI: 44.50

Top Score
Test: 248*
ODI: 186*

Test: 162
ODI: 247

Total Runs
Test: 12,970
ODI: 17,245

3. Viv Richards

Viv Richards is the best West Indian to play Cricket, because of him, in the 1960’s West India were the best team, because of him they one the first two world cup, and most of there test matches.

Test: 50.23
ODI: 47.00

Top Score:
Test: 291
ODI: 189*

Test: 121
ODI: 187

Total Runs:
Test: 8540
ODI: 6,721

2. Jack Hobbs

Jack Hobbs, in Stick Cricket All Stars he is one of the opening batsmen, and I will tell you why. Jack Hobbs an English Cricketer (The Best to play for England) was around before Bradman played cricket, so he was the best at his time which was in the 10’s and 20’s, with a batting average of 56 makes him the second best.

Test: 56.94

Top Score:
Test: 211

Test: 61

Total Runs:
Test: 5,410

1. Sir Donald Bradman

Test: 99.94

Top Score:
Test: 334

Test: 52

Total Runs:
Test: 6,996

His Story
Sir Donald George Bradman (27 August 1908 – 25 February 2001);
Don Bradman was also known as The Don, He was an Australian cricketer, widely known as the greatest batsman of All Time. Bradmans career Test batting average was 99.94 has been claimed to be statistically the greatest achievement in any major sport. As a child he practice batting with a stump and a golf ball for a cricket ball, just so he can get his eye onto the ball brilliantly. In his last game, he had to get 4 runs to make an average of 100, but unluckily he got out for a duck, if he only got 4 more runs to his total career runs of 6996, he would have got 7000 runs in 52 games which would have made the unbelievable average of 100.

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Post on Fri Dec 18, 2009 1:16 am by Cowboys

Nice blog Madman. An easy 7/10.

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