Rwanda Captain Bats 51 Hours Straight, Creates New Guinness Record

Rwandan national captain Eric Dusingizimana, has set a new Guinness world record by batting out a straight 51 hours, the longest individual net session, beating the record set last year by India’s Virag Mane, who had batted a straight 50 hours.

Pakistan’s Hanif Mohammad, who batted over a period of three days during his epic match-saving knock of 337 against West Indies in 1958, is currently the record holder for batting the longest period of time in a cricket match. He had spent a total of 16 hours and 10 minutes at the crease.

So let’s do:
1. Name the player, Who has set a new Guinness world record by batting out a straight 51 hours ?

Source – The Economics Times


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