The longest cricket assemble took place in 1939 between England and South africans, after 14 periods it ended with a tie.
The two most frequent lawsuits for delaying or suspending a cricket tournament is rain and bad light.
When a batsman tallies 100 rolls, it called a century and is considered an achievement.
Rules of Cricket
A cricket game was once stopped because a boar galloped across the field. It is even considered legal to expel video games if live animals entered the field.
Only one player can run out at a time. Generally left for the umpire to decide.
A cricket game has two adjudicators in the field and one off the field.
Despite being a team game, souls are accented upon and put under pressure