The first wicket partnership in cricket test match was held on March 11, 1910 between England and South Africa. The partners were JB Hobbs and W. Rhodes. ND McKenzie and GC Smith holds the world record for most runs, 415.
Saurav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar
Charles bannerman of australia has made the first century in test match against england he has scored 165 not out in the fist match of history of test cricket.
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Lala Amarnath scored 118 in the second innings of India v England Test that began on 15 December 1933 in Bombay (now Mumbai), which was India's second Test ever.
In all levels of professional cricket, the exact player who made the first century is likely to remain undiscovered, however the first man to make a century in international cricket was Charles Bannerman of Australia, in the very first test match ever. England vs Australia, Melbourne, 1887.
Lala Amarnath was the first Indian to score a Test Match Century
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Dennis Leslie Amiss of England on 7th June, 1975. He made 137 agains India. England won the match by 202 runs.
Shahid Afridi of PakistanAs of the end of July 2013, the fastest ODI century was made by Shahid Afridi of Pakistan in a match against Sri Lanka held in Nairobi, Kenya (as part of the Sameer Cup, the Kenya Cricket Association's centenary tourament). On his international debut, he made 102 off a mere 37 balls, including 5 4's and 11 6's.
Chris Gayle on 11 September 2007 at Wanderers in Johannesburg. He made 117 not out.
Windies' Dottin made first centure in t20 woman cricket.