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Top 5 batsmen who have played the slowest innings in Test cricket history

Every batsman plays comfortably in Test cricket. Today we are going to tell you about five of those players who have played the slowest innings in Test cricket.

5. Rahul Dravid:

 

Dravid is known as the wall in the Indian team. Rahul Dravid scored his first run in the 45th ball against England in 2007. He scored 12 runs in 96 balls with a strike rate of 12.50 in that match.

4. AB de Villiers:


AB de Villiers of South Africa is among the world’s most explosive batsmen. But he scored just 25 runs in 244 balls with a strike rate of 10.24 in a Test match against India.

3. Yashpal Sharma:

Indian team’s Yashpal Sharma scored 13 runs in 157 balls against Australia in 1981, with a strike rate of 8.28.

2. Hanif Mohammad:

Hanif Mohammad of Pakistan scored just 20 runs in 223 balls with a strike rate of 8.96 in a match against England.

1. Geoff Allott:

New Zealand’s Geoff Allott did not score a single run in 77 balls in a match against South Africa. His strike rate was 0.

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