But there is a batsman, who is known as 'The Master' in the cricketing world, he holds the record of highest runs in cricket 61,760 and also scored 199 centuries. Yes, we are talking about Jack Hobbs, however, he did not score this runs and centuries in international format but in first-class cricket.
Who is Jack Hobbs?
In 1908, Hobbs made his International Test debut for England in which he scored 83 runs in the first innings. He scored three centuries against Australia in 1911–12. After this performance, he was considered the greatest batsman in the world.
Jack Hobby's breathtaking stats:
When we see his stats in first-class cricket, In 1325 innings of 834 first-class matches, he scored astonishing 61,760 runs at an average of 50.70 with the highest score of 316*. In 843 first-class matches, he scored 273 half-centuries and 199 centuries.