List of all time cricket records that can never be broken are as below.
In 2006 thirteen-year-olds from Hyderabad added 721 runs—in just 40 overs! B Manoj Kumar (320, 127 balls, with 46 fours) and Mohamed Shaibaaz Tumbi (327, 116 balls, with 67 fours) of St. Peter’s High School.
10 WICKETS FOR 10 RUNS:
Left-arm spinner Hedley Verity from England has taken all 10 wickets in an innings twice and holds the record for the best figures in an innings. Against Nottinghamshire in 1932 Verity took 10-10 in 19.4 overs, 16 of which Maiden.
Most INTERNATIONAL MATCHES, RUNS AND HUNDREDS :
Sachin Tendulkar batting records. He has 15,921 Test runs with 51 hundreds in 200 matches, 18,426 ODI runs with 49 hundreds in 463 matches, and each of these numbers is unlikely to be topped.
MURALITHARAN’S INTERNATIONAL WICKETS:
The Sri Lanka off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has 800 Test wickets and 534 ODI wickets.
THE BIGGEST WIN:
In 1964, Pakistan Railways chose to bat against Dera Ismail Khan in an Ayub Trophy game. They stacked up 910-6. So demoralised were Dera Ismail, they were bowled out for 32 in the first innings. In the second, they fared worse: they made just 27. The defeat by a margin of an innings and 851 runs remains the largest one in First Class cricket.
MOST CENTURIES & RUNS:
Jack Hobbs in a First Class career that spanned 834 matches over 29 years, the Englishman made 61,760 runs with 199 hundreds. Oddly he made just one triple hundred and only 16 doubles.
BRADMAN’S BATTING AVERAGE:
The man with the highest batting average in Test cricket is not Donald Bradman. It is West Indian wicketkeeper Andy Ganteaume who scored 112 in his only innings in 1948, thus finishing with an average of 112. But Bradman is the only batsman who averaged nearly a hundred over a long career. He averaged 99.94 for his 6,996 Test runs, and 95.14 for his 28,067 First Class runs.
40,000 RUNS AND 4000 WICKETS:
Wilfred Rhodes in a career that spanned over three decades, the English right-hand bat and left-arm spinner scored 39,969 runs and took 4204 wickets.
300 WICKETS IN A SEASON:
Tich Freeman from England and Kent leg-spinner took an astounding 304 wickets in the 1928 season.
974 RUNS IN A TEST SERIES:
Wally Hammond must have been chuffed when he totalled 905 runs on the Australian tour of 1928-29. In the next Ashes encounter, Don Bradman broke that record and made 974 runs in the five-match series in England. His scores read 8 & 131 at Trent Bridge, 254 & 1 at Lord’s, 334 at Headingley (309 of those on the first day of the match, another record), 14 in Manchester and finally 232 at the Oval. The closest anyone has come to breaking Bradman’s record is when Vivian Richards bashed 829 runs out of the same opponent in 1976.
MOST RUNS IN AN INNINGS:
In 1899, 13-year-old Arthur Edward Jeune Collins made 628 runs in an innings in a school game for Clarke’s House against North Town House.