The almost unbreakable world record by an Indian cricketer12th January, 1964: Madras (present Chennai). In the test match between India and England, India had scored 457 in the first innings. In reply, England reached 63 for 2. Brian Bolus and famous Ken Barrington were in the crease.
The left-arm spinner was introduced. On that day, he made the world record. His accuracy and precision made the two English batsmen defend with their heads down. At the end of the day, the figure of the left-arm spinner read: 29-26-3-0. The bowler bowled a record 21 consecutive maiden overs and 131 consecutive dot balls.
The next day also, the bowler continued his incredibly good spell. His overall figure read: 32-27-5-0.
The 54-year-old bowling world record of Bapu Nadkarni will remain forever. No other bowler would even dream to achieve such figure in an international match.