Hence it took 53 years for the first Triple Hundred in International Cricket. The first triple century in Test match was scored by Andy Sandham … On this day in 2004: Virender Sehwag became the first Indian to score triple century in Test cricket.

In the first Test match played, between Australia and England in March 1877, Charles Bannerman became the first player to score a century in Test cricket.
The first Indian cricketer to score a triple century in Test cricket was Virender Sehwag, who scored 309 runs against Pakistan on March 28, 2004. Although, none cricket player from Zimbabwe and Bangladesh has scored 300. Since the first Triple Century there have been regular scores of 300s in Test Cricket. The sources have found evidence that the first instance of the game “Cricket” was recorded way back around 1550 in Surrey in England. About triple centuries in Test cricket.

Andy Sandham of England was the first batsman in Test cricket history to score a triple century. This Day, That Year: Ganguly, Dravid Knit First Ever Triple-century Stand in ODIs, Script History vs Sri Lanka in Taunton | Get the latest cricket … Sandham was 39 years and 275 days old, and playing his last Test match: he is … Sehwag is the first Indian to score a triple century (300 or more runs), and has done so twice—309 against Pakistan in Multan in 2004 and 319 against South Africa in Chennai in 2008.
Former explosive wicket keeper batsman from Australia, Adam Gilchrist is at the 8th spot with a double ton from 212 balls ana Brendon McCullum is at the 5th spot having hit a double century of 186 balls. Exactly 14 years ago, on March 29, 2004, Virender Sehwag scored the first ever triple century in Test match cricket for India in Multan – a feat he went on to repeat four years later.

The first, Test triple century was achieved by Andy Sandham of England against the West … With his knock of 319, Virender Sehwag became the first Indian batsman to make a triple century (319) in Test cricket. It was the first triple hundred in Tests. Nathan Astle : 153 balls Here’s the list of 10 fastest double centuries in test cricket. Test Cricket began in 1877, but the first 300 was scored by Andy Sandham in 1930. David Warner has become just the seventh Australian to post a triple-century in Test cricket, further banishing his Ashes demons and eclipsing Sir Donald Bradman's iconic score of 334. A triple century (a player score of 300 or more) in Test Cricket has been achieved by 26 different batsmen on 30 occasions, from eight of the ten Test-Cricket playing nations. It's Virendra Sehwag. Here are the top cricketers who have accomplished the glorious triple-century in Test Cricket. Australia’s Sir Donald Bradman was the second batsman to score 300 and also the first to score two triple hundreds in his Test career. After bad weather prevented any play on the match's eighth day, a draw was agreed with West Indies at 408 for 5, George Headley having scored 223. Azharuddin made his debut for the Indian cricket team in Test cricket in 1984 against England at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on 31 December 1984 and hit three centuries in his first … answer Jun 26, 2019 by Renita Cricket Facts and Records – First in Test Cricket.

This Day, That Year: Ganguly, Dravid Knit First Ever Triple-century Stand in ODIs, Script History vs Sri Lanka in Taunton | Get the latest cricket coverage and updates on CricketCountry News The latter is the fastest triple century in Test cricket, the 300 coming up off just 278 balls, and is also the highest score with a strike rate over 100. Cricket is being played since 16th century. In a match in which no other player scored more than 20 runs in either innings for Australia, Bannerman scored 165 not out. Virender Sehwag was the first indian to score a Triple century in test cricket. The Indian opener spoke to Sportstar on his experience of hitting his second triple century - in the first Test against South Africa in Chennai - and joining the elite company of Sir Don Bradman and Brian Lara, who were the batsmen to have made two scores in excess of 300 in Test cricket…

Rachit.Kanaujia | March 29, 2017 1:41 PM IST 1. It was first said as children’s game but in 1610 it was found that even adults played it.