Jack Crowley Scored his First doubled century

Jack Crowley Scored his First doubled century

Jack Crowley played a beautiful 27-run innings in England’s first innings against Pakistan in the third and final Test of the series in Southampton. He has made a name for himself in the record book for the sake of this innings. Crowley is set to play his eighth Test for England. He could not score a century in the previous 6 Tests. He has made a name for himself in the record book by doubling the first century of his career.

Jack Crowley scored the first doubled century of his Test career as England’s seventh batsman. Crowley is the second-highest run-scorer for England and seventh in the world in terms of runs scored. In 1903, Tip Foster of England scored the first century of his career against Australia in Sydney for 26 runs.

At the top of the list is West Indies legend Gary Sobers. Sobers tripped his first career century against Pakistan in Kingston in 1958 and scored an unbeaten 365 runs. In the last 25 years, India’s Karun Nair and Crowley have tripled and double the first century of their careers respectively. Nair scored an unbeaten 303 against England in Chennai in 2016.

Crowley became the fifth batsman in the world and the third in the country to score a double-century in Tests at an early age. He tasted a double-century in 22 years and 200 days. Lane Hutton holds the record for most double centuries scored by an Englishman against Australia in 1938 on the 22nd day of the 22nd year.

Crowley batted at number three against Pakistan. Crowley is the second-highest run-scorer for England at number three in Tests. Wally Hammond is at the top. Hammond scored an unbeaten 338 against New Zealand in Auckland in 1933.

England won the toss and elected to bat first in Southampton. They lost the fourth wicket for 128 runs. Crowley and Joss Butler then put on 359 for the fifth wicket. Crowley and Butler set the record for the fifth-highest wicket for England in Test cricket. Butler made 152 off 311 balls with 13 fours and 2 sixes.

Crowley was stumped for 28 off 393 balls with 34 fours and 1 six. Through which he broke the 51-year-old record. Crowley set the record for the highest run-scoring innings of his career. Seymour Nurse of the West Indies was stumped for 256 runs in the Christchurch Test against New Zealand in 1989.