Nathan Lyon News: Australian spinner Nathan Lyon has been shown the way out of the team in the third Test of the Ashes series.

Nathan Lyon injury update: The reason for Nathan Lyon’s exclusion from the team is not his poor performance but something else. In fact, Nathan Lyon was injured during the second Test of the Ashes series being played between England and Australia. He got this injury while trying to stop the ball towards fine leg. Due to which he had to be ruled out of the third test. Nathan Lyon has got another big blow as he is out of this test. Let us know what damage has been done to Nathan Lyon due to being out of the test.

Nathan Lyon 100th Consecutive Test: Let us tell you that Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon stepped on the field as soon as he stepped into the second Test match of the Ashes series. That’s how he created history. Nathan Lyon became the sixth player in the world to play 100 consecutive Test matches without being dropped from the team. Talking about bowlers, he is the first bowler in the world to have played 100 consecutive Test matches. But due to injury, he had to leave the team. Due to which his record which was running for 10 years has been broken.

It is not a small thing for any player to play so many Test matches continuously. That’s why in the history of more than 100 years of cricket, so far only 6 players have been able to touch the figure of playing 100 consecutive Test matches.

List of players who played more than 100 consecutive tests

Number 1 in terms of playing 100 or more consecutive Test matches without being dropped from the Test team is Alastair Cook, who played a total of 159 matches. Allan Border is second in this list, who holds the record of playing 153 consecutive Tests. Mark Waugh is third with 107 matches. In this list, Sunil Gavaskar, one of the great batsmen of the Indian team, is also in fourth place with 106 matches. Brendon McCullum is in fifth place in this list, who played a total of 101 matches. At the same time, Nathan Lyon is in sixth place with 100 matches.

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