Cricket is a game of uncertainty where records are made and broken from time to time. The only records which might remain constant is that of greats like Muttiah Muralitharan, Sachin Tendulkar, Don Bradman and a few more.
Sachin once broke Sunil Gavaskar’s record of most Test runs. Corey Anderson broke Shahid Afridi’s record of fastest ODI century. In the next year, AB de Villiers broke the record of Anderson. The smaller records gets changed from time to time.
In the future too, new records will be made and many will be broken. However there can be some future records which might remain intact. It would need a superhuman effort from an excellent cricketer to break these future records.
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Here is the list of 5 future unbreakable records which can be made:
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1. Rashid Khan’s total number of T20 wickets
Afghan spinner Rashid Khan made his debut in 2015 and has played 190 T20s over these four years. But it was from 2017 that he became one of the most sought-after player because of his wicket-taking abilities.
In 2018, he became the highest T20 wicket-taker in a year with 96 scalps. Presently he is just 21 years old and has taken 269 wickets. Currently the leg-spinner is 11th in the list of most number of T20 wickets. He could well top the list in the upcoming 3-4 years.
Being a spinner it is less exhaustive than being a pacer. As a result Rashid might continue playing until the age of 40 or even longer. If he does so he might end up playing 1100 to 1200 games. And if his form continues he might take excess of 1500 wickets.