The primary Australian cricketing megastar stamped his name in the history books of the amusement as he scored the first-since forever century before lunch on the very beginning. Victor Trumper is the name that is taken in an indistinguishable breath from that of Don Bradman. His exceptional batting skills was built up with his staggering exhibitions on the wettest English pitches.
The particular occasion occurred in the fourth Test of the Ashes arrangement being played in England in 1902.
Driving the five-coordinate arrangement 1-0, Australian Captain Joe Darling batted first. The openers Victor Trumper and Reggie Duff walked out.
The outfield was wet and dangerous, to such an extent that England was not able present its quick bowlers who had longer run-ups. The Australian opening pair made a large portion of the conditions and Trumper, specifically, was serious.
By Lunch on the very beginning, Australia had heaped up 173/1 with Trumper turning into the principal batsman ever to score a century inside the primary session on the very first moment. The immaculate innings included 14 limits and he was before long out for the last score of 103. Australia later won the Test by three runs.
Well, recently Indian cricketer Shikhar Dhawan also registered his name in this list by hitting up a ravishing century against Afghanistan in single test match series.
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