Batsmen with most consecutive innings without a duck in international cricket
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Batsmen with most consecutive innings without a duck in international cricket: Batsmen have many records to own and be proud of among the most prestigious is the number of runs and tons hit. But, here we have this rare record, the most consecutive innings by batsmen in international cricket without being dismissed for duck. When a batsman gets out for 0, without opening his account, or troubling the scorers we call it a Duck in cricketing language.
It is an embarrassment for every batsman to get out for a duck, so this makes this feature even more special. Here is the list of 7 batsmen who have played more than 100 consecutive international innings without a duck.
7. Faf du Plessis (South Africa) 108
In the league of the batsmen with most international innings without a duck, which is majorly filled with legends of the last decade here is this 30 years old right hand batsman from South Africa imprinting his name in cricket’s records book. Faf du Plessis is as composed a batsman in tests as volatile he is in the shortest format. A gem that South Africa grabbed moments before he could have been another South African turned English cricketer. Faf in his short international career has done exceptionally well to make it to this rare collection with 108 back to back international innings without getting out for a duck. Meanwhile he has also featured in 17 tests, 62 ODIs and 20 T20Is for South Africa scoring 1262, 1892 and 553 runs in respective formats.