Pakistan's 328 Against India In Lahore In 1954-55 Is The Highest Total In Test Cricket Not To Include A Single Extra
Pakistan’s 328 Against India In Lahore In 1954-55 Is The Highest Total In Test Cricket Not To Include A Single Extra

Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra

Pakistan’s 328 against India in Lahore in 1954-55 is the Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra.

Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra

South Africa totaled 251 without any extras against England in Durban in 1930-31 comes at 2nd place.

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No Extras from Indian Team in Pakistan’s 328 runs

In the third Test match, Pakistan had the upper hand but couldn’t secure a victory. After winning the toss, they started poorly but their middle-order batsmen recovered. Maqsood Ahmed came close to scoring a century but fell one run short. He and Kardar added 136 runs for the fourth wicket. Wazir Mohammad and Imtiaz Ahmed also had strong performances. Gupte bowled a remarkable 73.5 overs, with 33 being maiden overs.

Indian Bowlers extra figures in Pakistan’s first innings of 328

BOWLERSWIDESNO BALLS
Polly Umrigar00
Gulabrai Ramchand00
Ghulam Ahmed00
Subhash Gupte00
Vinoo Mankad00
Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra
Ghulam Ahmed
Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra
Gulabrai Ramchand
Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra
Subhash Gupte
Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra
Vinoo Mankad
Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra
Polly Umrigar

India mainly relied on their lower-order batsmen. Half the team was out for 117, but Umrigar, with support from Gopinath and Mankad, limited Pakistan’s lead to 77. Pakistan was unable to score quickly enough in their second innings and when they declared, there wasn’t enough time for them to dismiss India again.

In that era, the Indian bowlers were known for their accuracy in Test cricket. Led by Vinoo Mankad and Ghulam Ahmed, the Indian bowlers were able to consistently hit their spots and build pressure on the opposition batsmen. Their ability to maintain a tight line and length made it difficult for the opposition to score runs freely. Mankad and Ahmed were particularly effective in the series against Pakistan, where they combined to take 27 wickets in the five-match series.

The Indian bowlers were also well-supported by their fielders, who made some crucial catches and run-outs to dismiss the opposition batsmen. Overall, the Indian bowlers played a significant role in their team’s success in Test cricket during that era. They have created the record of Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra in that match.

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What is the Highest Total In Test Not To Include A Single Extra?

Pakistan’s 328 runs on Jan’1955 at Lahore is the Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra.

What is the Second Highest Total In Tests Not To Include A Single Extra?

South Africa totaled 251 without any extras against England in Durban in 1930-31 comes at 2nd place. This is the Second Highest Total In Test Not To Include A Single Extra.

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