First 5 All-rounders with 250 runs and 20 wickets in a Test series


First 5 All-rounders with 250 runs and 20
wickets in a Test series Do you know, 3 out of 5 of the entries in
this list are achieved in The Ashes! Till date, Jack Gregory of Australia is the
5th all-rounder ever of scoring at least 250 runs and 20 wickets in a Test series. He bagged this achievement in The Ashes during
1920/21 scoring 442 runs and 23 wickets in 5 matches. Currently George Thompson of England is the
4th all-rounder to achieve this. He bagged this achievement in England-South
Africa Test Series during 1909/10 scoring 267 runs and 23 wickets in 5 matches. Aubrey Faulkner of South Africa is the 3rd
all-rounder to achieve this. He bagged this achievement in England-South
Africa Test Series, during 1909/10 545 runs and takes 29 wickets in 5 scoring matches. Len Braund of England is the 2nd all-rounder
to achieve this. He bagged this achievement in The Ashes during
1901/02 scoring 256 runs and took 21 wickets in 5 matches. And in the history of Tests, George Giffen
of Australia is the first all-rounder ever to achieve 250 runs and 20 wickets in a Test
series. He bagged this achievement in The Ashes during
1894/95, scoring 475 runs and took 34 wickets in 5 matches. Presented by Cricket Records If you enjoyed this video, don’t forget to
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