Top 10 Highest individual scores in losing cause in Tests
Updated - Sep 20, 2015 1:18 pm
Top 10 Highest individual scores in losing cause in Tests: Cricket is a team game, that is more often than not, decided by individual brilliance. Ironical, right? However, this gentleman’s game is also full of uncertainties and sometimes, even an individual brilliance is not enough to save his team from an imminent loss. That’s how it has always been, and that’s how it is, even to this date. Test Matches have always been the pinnacle of Cricket.
In this article, we bring you the Top 10 Highest individual scores in losing cause in Tests:
10. Matthew Hayden – 203:
The big Aussie opener always had a liking for the Indian attack. On Australian tour of India in 2000-01 marked the time that changed Indian cricket. Aussies, who came here with a record 17 consecutive Test wins, crumbled against the Indian bowling and lost the last two Tests of the three Test series. However, Matthew Hayden remained a constant thorn for Harbhajan & Co. Scoring 203 in the third Test at Chennai, as India beat the World Champion to claim the Border-Gavaskar trophy.