Indian cricketers Vijay Hazare, Sunil Gavaskar and Rahul Dravid have scored centuries in both the innings of a Test match.
The first recorded international cricket match was played in 1876/77 in Melbourne. It was a match between England and Australia. Australia scored 245 in the first innings England scored 196 in the first innings Australia scored 104 in the second innings England scored 108 in the second innings Thus Australia won the match by 45 runs.
Yes, he scored 131 in his first test and 136 in his second test match against England. Both the centuries came in the first innings.
Sachin scored 15 runs in his 1st test match 1st innings. He did not bat in 2nd innings. This was a match against Pak. In his 1st ODI he scored a duck (0) against Pak only. Waqar took his wicket in that match.
Brian Lara. He got 500 not out. He also scored the highest single test match innings with 400.
The highest Test match average for India for any player with 20 or more innings under his belt is held by Vinod Kambli, whose 21 Test innings produced an average of 54.20 runs per innings, including four centuries and three half-centuries.
Sachin tendulkar has scored the most test centuries. 41 in 156 matches for India.
I'm not sure if this is the most centuries scored in one innings but in the first Test match of the Ashes Test Series 2009, 4 Australians scored centuries after batting second. Simon Katich 122 Ricky Ponting 150 Marcus North 125* Brad Haddin 121 Kowalski
In Sunil Gavaskar's debut Test match, in March 1971 against the West Indies, he scored 65 runs in the first innings of the match, and 67 not out in the second innings. In his first five-match Test series, he scored 774 runs, at an average of 154.80.
The lowest number of runs scored by a single team to win a Test match is 153, scored in a single innings by Australia, who beat South Africa by an innings margin.
ANSWER: South Africa with 442, Australia got 438 in the same match.