The game of cricket has evolved since its inception, and so is the players and their mindset. Although Test cricket has started to lose its glory, but it is still the best format to play, and a player’s calibre is best judged when he delivers in the five-days format of the game. There is a great saying that records are meant to be broke, but there are some achievements which are almost impossible to break.
Here is the list of 11 unbreakable records in the history of Test cricket:
11. Rahul Dravid’s 210 Test catches as a fielder
Rahul Dravid is arguably the best batsman when it comes to Test cricket but only a few talks about his credentials as a fielder. The former India skipper has 210 catches to his name in Test cricket.
Only Sri Lanka’s Mahela Jayawardene is close to Dravid who has 205 catches to his name. With the former Sri Lankan cricketer not playing anymore, Dravid’s record is likely to remain intact.