Today, we bring you the batsmen who scored the most runs in Border Gavaskar Trophy 2010. Border Gavaskar Trophy season nine saw India and Australia competing in 2 test matches during October 1- 24, 2010. India were the hosts of this season, the hosts kept their home record clean with a 2-0 series win. The series saw Zaheer Khan leading the wickets tally for Indians while Mitchell Johnson was the lead wicket-taker of the season for the Aussies. Here we talk about cricketers who hit the most runs in Border Gavaskar Trophy 2010.
5. Murali Vijay
The Indian Cricketer Murali Vijay had almost everything that is required to be a success in test matches; sound technique, ability to leave away balls and foot movement. In the ninth season of Border Gavaskar trophy, Vijay scored 176 runs from 2 innings of a test match at an average of 88. His runs would include one hundred with his highest score 139 from this season. With these statistics, the Tamil Nadu Cricketer Murali Vijay got featured in the list of Cricketers with the most runs in Border Gavaskar Trophy 2010.
The Australian Wicket-keeper batsman, Paine, In the ninth season of Border Gavaskar Trophy in 2010, scored 183 from 4 innings of 2 test matches at an average of 45.75 with two fifties. His highest score from the season was 92 at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh in the first test. His innings wouldn’t win Australia that match as India won the test match by a wicket. With these runs Tim Paine, however, got himself in the list of the most runs in Border Gavaskar Trophy 2010.
The Australian Cricketer would be the second highest scorer for Australia in the ninth edition. In 2010, Ricky Ponting scored 224 runs from 4 innings of 2 test matches at an average of 56. Ponting would score 3 fifties while scoring these runs and his highest score was 77. With these statistics, Ricky Ponting made to the list of Cricketers with the most runs in Border Gavaskar Trophy 2010. Punter’s runs, however, wouldn’t make any difference to the visiting team’s fate in the series as they would incur 2-0 loss.
2. Shane Watson
The Australian Cricketer Shane Watson was seen as a great all-rounder to be for good 5-10 years for the Kangaroo team. In the ninth edition of Border Gavaskar trophy, Watson scored 271 runs from 4 innings of 2 test matches at an average of 67+.
While he helped the visiting team put in some resistance to the contests, the results won’t have any impact. Watson would score a hundred and two fifties while scoring these runs and his highest score was 126. With these statistics, Shane Watson led the list of Australian Cricketers with the most runs in Border Gavaskar Trophy 2010.
The Indian Cricket Legend was the actual run-machine for India in that era in Test & ODI Cricket, both in home as well as away conditions. In the ninth season of Border Gavaskar Trophy, Sachin Tendulkar scored 403 runs from 4 innings of 2 test matches at an average of 134+, the most runs & average by any batsman that series. Sachin would score a hundred & 2 fifties and his highest score was 214, also the highest individual score in the season at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru in the second test. With these statistics, Tendulkar led the list of Cricketers with the most runs in Border Gavaskar Trophy 2010.
These were the top run-scorers in Border Gavaskar Trophy season 9. The Test Series got the limelight for captaincy debate between two great captains, Mahendra Singh Dhoni & Ricky Ponting. Hope you liked the content, don’t forget to put in your thoughts and questions under comments.
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