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NZ vs Aus 2016, Adam Voges breaks Sachin Tendulkar’s 12-Year-Old World Record

NZ vs Aus 2016, Adam Voges breaks Sachin Tendulkar’s 12-Year-Old World Record :- Australian batsman Adam Voges has become first batsman ever in the history of cricket to score 500 runs without getting dismissed. Voges posted his fifth Test century on day two of the first Test between Australia and New Zealand in Wellington on Saturday. It was his third in consecutive Test innings.

Adam Voges breaks Sachin Tendulkar's record

Adam Voges breaks Sachin Tendulkar’s 12-Year-Old World Record

Taking after the scores of 269 not out and 106 not out against the West Indies in December, Voges was batting at 176 toward the end of Day 2 on Saturday.

At the point when the veteran Australian batsman achieved 123-run mark at night session, he guaranteed the record for the most Test runs scored between releases beating Sachin Tendulkar’s 12-year-old record.

Tendulkar who posted 497 back to back runs – scores of 241 not out, 60 not out, 194 not out and 2 – in the middle of January and April 2004. Before Sachin, the record was held by the West Indies incredible Gary Sobers, who posted sequential scores of 365 not out and 125 against Pakistan path in 1958.

Among Australian cricketers, Voges went past previous commander Michael Clarke’s record of 489 continuous keeps running without being rejected, scored against South Africa in Brisbane and Adelaide in 2012.

Voges got through the 500-run hindrance a brief timeframe later to augment his record mark. Toward the day’s end 2, Voges was batting at 176, which took his Test batting normal to 100.33 in fourteenth Test. Fabulous Don Bradman arrived at the midpoint of 99.94.

Voges, be that as it may, was benefitting as much as possible from a relief when he was rocked the bowling alley by Doug Bracewell for seven with two conveyances left on Friday, just for umpire Richard Illingworth to flag a no-ball.

TV replays demonstrated the conveyance was lawful but since the no-ball had been called New Zealand were not able request an au

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