A follow up of the earlier posts:
Some more points of interest:
Those who scored 99 and 0 in the same Test:
No one has done this on debut. But Misbah is the only captain to achieve this rare feat.
99 and hundred in the same Test: This has occurred only twice:
G Boycott 99 and 112, E v WI, 1973-74
RT Ponting 101 and 99, A v SA, 2008-09
Boycott never made centuries in each innings of a Test. Ponting did so thrice, a Test record he shares with SM Gavaskar and DA Warner. Unlike the others, he did so thrice in a single season (2005-06), once against WI and twice against SA.
There have been a total of 90 scores of 99 in a Test, including 6 not outs. The list can be seen here, in chronological order:
Misbah is the only one to make THREE 99s in Tests, which included one not out.
From this list, you can see that 9 others have made two 99s. Of these, Boycott is the only one to get a not out.
Full list of captains who made 99:
Misbah did so thrice. No other captain has more than one 99. There are some like Atherton, Ganguly and Salim Malik who had one 99 as captain and another 99 while not captain.
The full list of unbeaten 99s:
No one has done this on debut, though three (Chipperfield, RJ Christiani and Asim Kamal) scored 99 on debut. This 99 remained Asim Kamal’s highest Test score.
Pollock and Misbah are the only captains to score an unbeaten 99.
Of these 6 scores of 99*, only one (Tudor) occurred when a batsman was left on 99 while his team was chasing a target. In all other cases the team was bowled out.
Finally, here is a list of all unbeaten 90s in Tests which ended when the team won in the 4th innings:
Next to Tudor’s 99, there are 98s by Hutton, Greg Chappell, Atherton and Ganguly.
Boycott’s 99* came when his team was bowled out in the 4th innings and lost. He had carried his bat through the innings.
In the 4th innings of drawn matches, the highest unbeaten 90 is 95* by McCosker, at Leeds in 1975. There was no play on the final day due to deliberate sabotage of the pitch for reasons unconnected with cricket. See: