And the answer is if it is a ODI then 50 overs but if it is a test match then it depends on number of days.
After 80 overs
There are no specified overs in a test match. It is usually 5 days of cricket with around 90 overs bowled on each day. Things like rain delay, bowling team bowling slow etc can affect the number of overs bowled in a test match.
Many sport games are interesting and joyful but i like cricket the most.Cricket is as same to the players as songs to the singers and music to the musician. Cricket match is always played between two teams.it has three forms till now.One Day Cricket match , Test or five day cricket match and T20 Cricket match. One day cricket match consists of 100 overs , Test Cricket consists of 450 overs at the maximum and twenty twenty cricket has 40 overs in a match.
In a test match 90 overs a day so 540 a day so times 540 by 5 so that it 2700 ball in a test match.
Al Valentine is the cricket player who bowled maximum number of overs in a test match day. He is closely followed by one LO Fleetwood-Smith.
there is no restriction in overs bowled by a bowler
From 20/20 overs per side to a full 5 day test match (90 overs per day )
588 runs and the match was between England and India. But the run rate was not much as 155 overs were bowled in the match.
No cricket is not boring but it is kind of like baseball and there are 3 types of cricket matches 1)test match for 5 days, 2)ODI (one day international) which has 50 overs a over means you bowl 6 balls and 3) 20-20 a twenty overs match.
there isn't limit like that. As long as batting side on the ground with wickets in hand, fielding side should ball endlessly. but you must ball 90 overs in a day.