Test cricket has always been considered a bowler’s game, Here the real patience of the batsman is tested. Test cricket is played calmly and patiently In the History of Test cricket, only 4 batsmen have scored two triple centuries. Among them is an Indian batsman. These four players are counted among the great players of the world. Let us know about these players In the history of Test cricket.

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Don Bradman

The great batsman of the whole world, whom Don Bradman has also scored two triple centuries in his cricket career, Don has scored his two triple centuries against the England team only. He scored 334 runs in 1934 and 304 in 1930. This veteran player has played only 52 test matches in his cricket career. Cricketers all over the world consider Sir Don Bradman as their idol.

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Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle is the world’s sixer king in T20 cricket. He has shown his batting prowess even in red-ball cricket. Gayle had scored 317 runs against South Africa in the year 2005. At the same time, in the year 2010, Gayle played an innings of 333 runs against Sri Lanka. Chris Gayle plays in cricket leagues around the world. Because of this, his fans are present all over the world.

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Brian Lara

Brian Lara is counted among the greatest batsmen in the world. Sara’s name itself holds the record for making the highest score in Test cricket. He played an innings of 400 runs against England in 2004. In 1994 too, Lara scored 375 runs against England.

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Virender Sehwag

Virender Sehwag is counted among the dangerous batsmen of India. He changed the way he played Test cricket, he used to bat very fast. He played Test cricket like T20 cricket. Sehwag’s first triple century was against Pakistan in 2004. He played an innings of 309 runs on the ground of Multan. At the same time, in the second triple century, he scored 319 runs against South Africa in Chennai in 2008 of In the history of Test cricket.