5 Batsmen Who Went On To Score A Century In Their Last Test Match
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One of the most cherished innings has always scored centuries for batsmen and it cannot get a better occasion to score a century in your last test as a cricketer. Most of the modern-day greats of the game haven’t had the luxury to sign off their test career with a century and it is indeed a big-time achievement.

Centuries do not come very easily and it takes a whole lot of concentration and focus for the batsmen as well in tests. It is the best way possible to move on from the format and here are 5 batsmen who went on to score a century in their last test match.

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5 Batsmen Who Went On To Score A Century In Their Last Test Match:

Phil Jacques:

Phil Jacques[photo: Twitter]
Phil Jacques might not be a popular name but he indeed was one of the unluckiest cricketers who couldn’t play many games for Australia due to the strong side. He was unorthodox and was very much effective at the top of the order for the men in yellow in both test and ODI formats.

Jacques played 11 tests scoring 902 runs at an average of 47.47 and he scored 3 centuries and 6 half-centuries his test career. His last century came to West Indies in 2008 in which he scored 108 and the Aussies went on to win the test as well. Jacques was part of the Australian test squad when India toured in 2007.

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