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Top 10 Current Batsmen With Most Runs In Test Cricket; Over the years, scoring runs in Test cricket has always been considered as the greatest hallmark of a player, as there is a saying that a player, who can bat in Test format of the game, can bat against any opposition in the limited-overs format.

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Endurance, patience, technique and persistence are few of the important factors to have for a batsman, who play in the Test matches, as the opposition bowling attacks keeps on throwing the ball at those uncomfortable places without any fear of losing runs or balls.

Well, each team goes with the quality fast bowlers and the spinners to get the better of the opposition batsmen with an advantage of placing fielders in whatever position they required, unlike limited-overs format restrictions. Scoring runs by evading all those obstacles alongside pressure on the shoulders to perform certainly deserves credit and praises.

Not only the legends of the game have accumulated runs under those circumstances but also the young cricketers have been doing well to make things fall in place for their respective countries. Meanwhile, we figured out Ten current active cricketers with the most number of runs in Test Cricket. Have a look:

Top 10 Current Batsmen With Most Runs In Test Cricket:

10. Asad Shafiq:

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The promising right-handed batsman makes into the Top 10 chart after his splendid show in the recent past for Pakistan. Whenever the team was in tough times, Asad Shafiq, more often than not, came up with brilliant performances to bail them out.

After his decline in the limited-overs format, Shafiq was seen more as a Test prospect owing to his solidity with the bat. He made his Test debut against South Africa and started with the fifties in his first two games straightaway.

Asad Shafiq scored his maiden Test hundred against Bangladesh and since then has been a regular with the side. The selectors gave him a good run since then and he was a consistent member of the side that took on Zimbabwe, South Africa and Sri Lanka at home.

So far, he appeared in 74 Test matches for Pakistan to score 4593 runs in the middle-order. He averages 39.26 with 12 centuries and 27 fifties to his name. His best knock was 137 against Australia.

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