Who scored fastest 100 in Test cricket?

Brendan McCullum
New Zealand’s Brendan McCullum holds the record for the fastest test cricket century of all time – he took just 54 balls to reach the milestone in a match against Australia in Christchurch in the 2015/16 season.

Who is the fastest 50 in test?

We have seen many quick runs in the past, and here are the top players with the fastest 50 in test cricket….List of Fastest 50 in Test Cricket.

Player Shahid Afridi
Balls 26
Venue Bangalore
Against India
Year 2005

Is Misbah-ul-Haq removed?

Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis have stepped down from their positions as head coach and bowling coach of the national men’s team respectively.

Who scored fastest Test century for India?

Balls Player Match
99 IT Botham England v New Zealand
99 LRPL Taylor New Zealand v India
99 KDK Vithanage Sri Lanka v Bangladesh
100 Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh v England

Why did Misbah ul Haq resign?

Misbah was initially also appointed as chief selector with his head coach position in 2019 but had resigned last year from the selection job citing a heavy workload.

What does Misbah mean?

Misbah (Arabic: مصباح, romanized: Miṣbāḥ) is a Muslim Arabic name meaning “lamp” or “light”. This name has originated from The Qur’an from Ayatu-n-Nur, also known as the Ayat of light, from the following verse: “God is the Light of the heavens and the earth.

Who scored fastest 200 in Test?

Nathan Astle of New Zealand holds the record of fastest double century in test match cricket, against England, in Christchurch. Set 550 to chase, The Blackcaps were 333 for 9 before Nathan Astle went briserk.

Is Sir Donald Bradman died?

Deceased (1908–2001)
Don Bradman/Living or Deceased

What is the qualification of Misbah-U-Haq?

Misbah holds the world record of the fastest fifty in test cricket of all time and then fastest (now second fastest hundred) of all time. Also scoring most runs without a century in his ODI career. Misbah has an MBA degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Management and Technology in Lahore, Punjab.

What happened to Misbah-ul-Haq in 2007?

He played well in the tri-nation tournament in Nairobi, but subsequently, his form deserted him and he was soon sidelined from the national side. With the departure of Inzamam-ul-Haq, and with the solid weight of domestic and county runs behind his name, Misbah made another comeback into the national team in 2007.

How will Misbah-ul-Haq be remembered in cricket history?

Misbah-ul-Haq will be forever remembered by cricket fans for his audacious paddle-scoop that cost Pakistan the inaugural T20 World Cup against India. That one moment of madness from him, ensured that he will forever be castigated for his mistake, despite having taken his side so close to the target when there seemed to be no hope.

What are some interesting facts about Misbah-e-Haq?

Interesting facts: Misbah has a Masters Degree in Business Administration. Misbah went past Wasim Akram, becoming the player to have the most ODI runs to his name without scoring a century. Misbah also is the most successful Pakistan Test captain, he went past Imran Khan, who had 13 wins under his name.