What is the maximum number of runs scored in an over in cricket?
I have seen 36 runs being scored in an over, but has there been more than that in the history of cricket.
36 runs were scored in an over which the maximum runs so far. It was achieved by Gary Sobers of West Indies against Malcolm Nash and by Yuvraj Singh of India against Tilak Raj. To the best of my knowledge, nobody has scored more than 36 runs in an over so far though theoretically it is possible even to score 1000 runs in an over.
in test cricket 28 runs in One over. Hit by Brian Lara (West indies) against Robin pieterson (South Africa) in 2003-2004
it includes 2 sixes and 4 fours.
hershelle gibbs scored 36 runs in 1 over against holland in the world cup
In international cricket, herschelle Gibbs and Yuvraj Singh have each scored 36 runs in an over.
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