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Cricket’s Biggest Surprise: 147-Year Old Record Broken

The ‘Bazball’ technique has become popular in England’s Test cricket now. People talked about it a lot before the 5-match Test series against India. However, the Indian team managed to beat all of England’s tactics. Something amazing happened in the ongoing test series between England and India.

India and England kicked off a Test series with a combination of veteran and young players. India struggled in the first match held in Hyderabad and lost by just a few runs. In the opening game, England hit 5 sixes, but India responded with 9 sixes. Although sixes are not as significant in Test cricket as in T20, strategies in this format have developed over time.

Brendon McCullum, a renowned cricketer from New Zealand who currently serves as the head coach of England’s Test team, has introduced an aggressive approach to Test cricket through the ‘Bazball’ technique. Cricket lovers are especially impressed from Yashasvi Jaiswal to Sarfaraz Khan.

In the ongoing Test series between England and India, a remarkable achievement took place, as a total of 100 sixes were hit, breaking a 147-year-old record in Test cricket. Prior to this, the highest number of sixes hit in a bilateral Test series was 74, which was set by England and Australia last year. Notably, Indian batsmen accounted for 72 sixes, while England’s players hit 28. Yashasvi Jaiswal, who has been in exceptional form, played a key role in setting a new standard in the series by hitting 26 sixes.

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