Australian Batsman Adam Voges Break The Record Of Donald Bradman And Sachin Tendulkar


Wellington: Australian Batsman Adam Voges Hit a Century against the New Zealand in the first test that is not for his best average but also break the record of Donald Bradman and Little Master Sachin Tendulkar.


Australian Middle order Batsman Adam made another record, he made the record against the New Zealand in the second day of first test, in which he has a massive Century, this century is not only for his best average but also he break the Record of best average of Sir Donald Bradman and also break the record of more runs without given wicket.

Second day of First test against New Zealand, when Australian Batsman Adam Voges reaches the Score of 123 he breaks up the 12 years old record of Little Master Sachin Tendulkar of 500 Hundred Runs without given his Wicket and when he reaches the score of 172 His average of scoring per match becomes the 100.

At the end of the Second day of first test he was batting on 176 runs so its average increase to 100.33 and he also breaks up the record of Sir Donald Bradman of most average per match.

Adam Voges have made 3 centuries in last 3 innings in which two was against West Indies and one is New Zealand, He made 269 and 106 not out against West Indies in December.

Keep in mind that Adam voges have made 1204 runs in the 19 innings of 12 test matches which is the highest test average in the world and his highest runs in the test matches is against West Indies which is 269 in December last year.

Before Voges the record of most runs without wicket was of Sachin Tendulkar Which he made in 2004.