In Test cricket, the batsmen have to bat with technique and show patience. But there have been some batsmen who played Test cricket exactly like T20 and scored a century in a very short time. Today we are telling you about those four cricketers, who scored a century in 90 minutes in Test.
Sir Viv Richards
Sir Vivian Richards scored a century in just 56 balls against England in 1986. He also hit 7 fours and 7 sixes in his innings and he returned unbeaten to the pavilion after scoring 110 runs. Richards batted just 81 minutes
Brendon McCullum is also known for batting at a fast pace. In a match against Australia, Brendon McCullum scored a century in just 78 minutes. He scored a century in 54 balls and was dismissed after playing an innings of 145 runs.
R Benaud scored a century in 78 minutes in a Test match played against the West Indies in 1955. In that match, he came to bat at number nine.
Misbah Ul Haq
Misbah-ul-Haq is a former Pakistan player, who scored a century in Tests in just 74 minutes. In the second innings of the match played against Australia in 2014, Misbah-ul-Haq scored a century in 56 balls and returned to the pavilion unbeaten after scoring 101 runs.