1. Don Bradman's Test batting average of 99.94: Australian cricketer Sir Donald Bradman holds the record for the highest batting average in Test cricket. His average of 99.94 is considered one of the greatest records in the history of the sport and is highly unlikely to be surpassed.

  2. Brian Lara's highest individual score in Test cricket: West Indian batsman Brian Lara scored 400 not out against England in 2004, which remains the highest individual score in Test cricket. Breaking this record would require a player to bat for an extended period and maintain an exceptional level of concentration and skill.

  3. Muttiah Muralitharan's 800 Test wickets: Sri Lankan spin bowler Muttiah Muralitharan holds the record for the most wickets in Test cricket, with 800 dismissals. This record is incredibly difficult to break due to the longevity and consistency required to achieve such a feat.

  4. Jim Laker's 19 wickets in a single Test match: English off-spinner Jim Laker took 19 wickets for 90 runs against Australia in 1956, which remains the best bowling figures in a Test match. Taking 20 wickets in a match is already a rare achievement, and surpassing Laker's record would be nearly impossible.

  5. Sachin Tendulkar's 100 international centuries: Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is the only player to score 100 centuries across all international formats (Tests and ODIs). This record demonstrates the immense skill, longevity, and consistency required to achieve such a milestone.

  6. Glenn McGrath's 563 Test wickets by a fast bowler: Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath holds the record for the most Test wickets by a fast bowler. His tally of 563 wickets demonstrates the durability and skill needed to excel as a pace bowler over a long period.

  7. Lara's 501 not out in first-class cricket: Brian Lara also holds the record for the highest individual score in first-class cricket, with an unbeaten 501 for Warwickshire against Durham in 1994. Scoring 500 runs in a single innings requires an extraordinary combination of talent, patience, and opportunity.

  8. Anil Kumble's 10 wickets in an innings: Indian spinner Anil Kumble is one of only two players in Test cricket history to take all 10 wickets in a single innings. Achieving this feat demands exceptional bowling skills, favorable pitch conditions, and a bit of luck.

  9. Adam Gilchrist's 472 dismissals as a wicket-keeper in Test cricket: Australian wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist holds the record for the most dismissals by a wicket-keeper in Test cricket, with 472 catches and stumpings. This record highlights his exceptional skills behind the stumps and is unlikely to be surpassed in the foreseeable future.

  10. Jack Hobbs' 61,760 first-class runs: English cricketer Jack Hobbs holds the record for the most runs in first-class cricket, accumulating an incredible 61,760 runs throughout his career. The sheer volume of runs scored by Hobbs makes it highly improbable for any player to break this record.

(pc cricketwala)