Greatest Test Innings: Here We Going To Make The List of “Top 10 Greatest Test Innings of all time”, Ranked by Wisden.
Top 10 Greatest Test Innings of all time
10. Brian Lara – 375
Against England at Antigua in 1993-94.
Wisden Rating: 228.1
Brian Lara Appear in The List 2nd Time With Another Great Innings. He Smashed 375 Runs Against England, Breaking the World Record of Garry Sobers (368). Lara batted for the equivalent of two days without giving a chance. His Superb Knock Came Against The Bowling Attack Includes Angus Fraser, Andy Caddick and Phil Tufnell. Two Months Latter, Lara Made Another World Record, and That Was Highest Score in An Innings of First-Class Match, with 501* Runs.
9. Kim Hughes – 100*
Against West Indies at Melbourne in 1981-82
Wisden Rating: 229.7
Kim Hughes is best remembered for losing the 1981 Ashes series Against England and a tearful resignation as Australia’s captain against West Indies. But he deserves better than that. Kim Hughes was One of the most talented batsmen of his generation, he had brighter moments against the West Indies. Facing perhaps the greatest fast-bowling quarters of all time Michel Holding, Andy Roberts, Joel Garner and Croft with all their hostility and variety — Hughes belied his youthful, even angelic looks with a brave and fluent hundred on a Very tricky pitch. Made out of a total of only 198, it enabled Australia to win a low-scoring match and take a 1-0 lead in the series.
8. Azhar Mahmood – 132
Against South Africa at Durban in 1997-98.
Wisden Rating: 232.6
22 Years Old Young, Upcoming All-Rounder Azhar Mehmood Came Out When Pakistan Was In Deep Trouble, pakistan were 89 for 5 Wickets. He scored his 3red century against South Africa, that was His 3rd in 6 innings. Against the Bowling Attack Likes of Allan Donald and Shaun Pollock supported by Fanie de Villiers and Lance Klusener. Azhar Scored 90% of Pakistan’s last 106 runs, Winning The Match for Pakistan by 29 Runs. Surly That Was the one of Greatest Inning in Test Matches History.