Cricket is a game of uncertainties. Many such records have been made in the game of cricket, which people are quite surprised to know. You must have often seen that in a cricket match, most of the bowlers are bowling. But on many occasions, part-time bowlers also bowl and are also successful in taking wickets. However, there have been very few occasions in cricket history when all the players of the team have to bowl. Today we are going to tell you about the same occasions in cricket history when all the players of the team had to bowl at least 1 over.
England vs Australia 1884
For the first time in cricket history, this happened during a test match played between England and Australia at the Oval in 1884. In that match, after winning the toss, the Australian team batted for 311 overs. During this, the England team got all their 11 players including the wicketkeeper bowled. However, this match was drawn.
Pakistan vs Australia
Such a sight in the history of cricket happened again in a match played between Australia and Pakistan in 1980. The Australia team was on a Pakistan tour. Batting first in that match, Australia's team made a huge score of 617 runs in 211 overs. In such a situation, the Pakistani team made a strategy to draw the match. Batsmen Taslim Arif and Javed Miandad continued to bat for Pakistan. The Australian captain got all his 11 players to get these two Pakistani batsmen out, but the match ended in a draw.
West Indies vs India
In the year 2002, the West Indies team toured India. Batting first during a Test match on that tour, the West Indies team declared the innings by scoring 513 runs. Batting for 248 overs, West Indies scored 629 runs for the loss of 9 wickets. After this, the Indian team got all its players to bat, including wicketkeeper Ratra.
West Indies vs South Africa
In the Test match played between South Africa and West Indies in the year 2005, West Indies batsmen batted brilliantly and South African bowlers had to struggle a lot. After which the South African captain got all his players including wicketkeeper Mark Boucher to bowl. AB de Villiers also took 2 wickets in this match.