Unbreakable Record Of Glenn McGrath

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Glenn McGrath

Australian fast-bowling legend and one of the most successful pacers in the history of the game, Glenn McGrath holds an unbreakable record after his name. He holds many records but this one will surely blow your mind as it seems impossible to achieve. So, in this article, we will tell you about McGrath’s unbreakable record.

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Every player dreams of a memorable retirement. For the sport which he has dedicated his whole life he or she expects it to end on a high note. Glenn McGrath is one such player who got to experience this thing. After announcing his retirement, he took a wicket on the last ball of his test career in his last test match.

McGrath not only did this in test cricket only he did this in all three formats of the game. He took wickets on the last deliveries of his career for the respective formats. He is the only player to ever did this. His last test wicket came against England in the final fifth test of the Ashes series of 2007 where he took the wicket of England’s fast bowler, James Anderson.

Glenn McGrath
Glenn McGrath

It was McGrath’s last test wicket on the last ball of his test career. When it comes to ODIs, McGrath played his last One Day International in the 2007 ODI world cup against Sri Lanka. He dismissed Russell Arnold on the last delivery of his ODI career.

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McGrath played only 5 T20 games in his career and his last T20 game against England in 2005 he took the wicket of Paul Collingwood on the last delivery of his T20 career.

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