India Tour Of West Indies: Windies batsman’s record is unbroken for 75 years… Rahul Dravid misses close


India vs West Indies Test series will be held from July 12
Everton Wicks has made a world record by scoring five consecutive centuries in 5 innings.

New Delhi. The Indian team will go on a tour of the West Indies next month. Team India, captained by Rohit Sharma, will play 2 Tests, 3 ODIs and 5-match T20 series with the host team. Team India’s Caribbean tour is very exciting. It leaves its own mark. Earlier, in many matches played between India and West Indies, players have made big records. But today we will talk about Everton Weekes, the former batsman of the Caribbean team, who has set such a record in batting which is unbreakable even today i.e. after 75 years. The current head coach of Team India, Rahul Dravid missed coming very close to this record.

Everton Wicks holds the world record for scoring 5 centuries in 5 consecutive innings. In the year 1948, he played 4 consecutive centuries on the Indian tour, while he scored a century against England. That is, he has a record of playing a century in 5 consecutive innings in Test cricket. Far from breaking this record, no batter has even equaled it yet. He missed his fifth consecutive century against India by just 10 runs.

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Dravid has scored consecutive centuries in 4 innings
Looking at the rhythm in which Team India’s wall Rahul Dravid was in the year 2002, it was expected that he would break Vicks’ record, but Dravid missed by reaching this record. Then Dravid had scored 4 consecutive centuries against England at his home. Everton Wicks scored 4 consecutive centuries against India, including 128 in Delhi, 194 in Mumbai and 162 and 102 at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens.

Everton’s cricket career
Everton Wicks scored 4455 runs in 81 innings of 48 Test matches, including 15 centuries and 19 half-centuries. His best score has been 207 runs. Vicks has 12010 runs in 152 first class matches.

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