Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli were out on zero in India’s first innings in the fourth Test match against England. In Test cricket, in India’s 87-year history, so far 996 times a batsman has been dismissed without opening an account. Only Australia, England and West Indies batsmen have been out on zero more than this.

Highest zero England names are the names
of the highest number of England batsmen in Test cricket. England’s 469 batsmen have been out for a total of 1824 times. Australia’s team is in second place. For Australia, 460 batsmen have been dismissed for 1469 times. West Indies are in third place. 325 batsmen of the Caribbean team have returned to the pavilion 1131 times without opening an account. After this, India’s number comes. India’s 203 batsmen were out for zero overall 996 times.

Courtney Walsh was out on zero most times

The record for most dismissals on zero in Test cricket is in the name of Courtney Walsh of the West Indies. Walsh was out for zero 43 times in 185 innings in his career. Stuart Broad of England and Chris Martin of New Zealand are jointly in second place, having been out on zero 36-36 times.

Indian record in the name of Ishant Sharma

Ishant Sharma is the Indian record for the most number of dismissals in Test cricket. Ishant has been out for zero 32 times in 134 innings. Zaheer Khan is in second place. Zaheer was out for zero 29 times in 127 innings. After this comes the number of BS Chandrasekhar. Chandra has been out for zero 23 times in 80 innings in his career.

Among those who scored 5000 plus runs, Atapattu number-1
, most of the players who have been out on zero more often in Test cricket have been mainly bowlers. If we talk about the batsmen who have scored 5000 or more runs, then the highest number of Zero is from Sri Lanka’s Marvan Attapattu. Attapattu, who scored 5502 runs in a career, was out for 22 times in 156 innings. This record is named after Kapil Dev among Indian cricketers. Kapil Dev, who scored 5248 runs, has been out for 16 times in 184 innings.

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