Cricket News sort by Donald George Bradman

Continuing our build up to the Ashes series, today we look at excellent performances by Australians in the prestigious event over the years.

Sir Donald Bradman, who, in the early 19th century, scored an incredible 22-ball 100 On November 2, 1931

Know anyone ever scored 1000 in five successive Tests, not in the same series?

It has been suggested, over and over again, by many of his most ardent fans, that Sachin Tendulkar is the best cricketer of all time. The Indian master’s quality as a batsman is undisputed; he is one of the finest to ever wield a blade.

MELBOURNE: Sachin Tendulkar scoring a historic 50th Test ton has re-ignited the debate on who is the greatest batsman of all time -- he or Don Bradman, and a poll commissioned by an Australian newspaper saw the Indian icon in front by a small margin though voting is yet to be over.