Ian Bell Scored Third Hundred in Successive Ashes Tests Tauheed Ahmad September 1, 2013 Sports 954 England middle order batsman Ian Bell’s scored 2nd successive score of 109 which followed his 115 in the final Test in Sydney in 2010-11 made him only the fourth English batsman to score hundreds in three successive Tests against Australia, following by Sir Jack Hobbs in 1911-12 and again done in 1924-25, Walter Hammond did it in 1928-29 and Chris Broad in 1986-87. Bob Woolmer scored hundreds in three successive Ashes Tests in 1975 and 1977, but in the middle played against Australia in the Centenary Test in Melbourne, a one-off match in which the Ashes were not at stake. Sir Don Bradman scored centuries in eight successive Ashes Tests in which he batted between 1936-37 and 1946-47 that excludes the 1938 Oval Test, when Don Bradman was unable to bat while carrying injury. Ian Bell Scored Third Successive Hundred at Lords Related PostsPlayed most Test matches without ever bowling? Sohag Gazi Became First Player to Take Hat-Trick & Century in a Same MatchMost over’s bowled in a single Test series?Brad Haddin Incredible Catch in Boxing Day Test Match at Melbourne Dec 201450,000 Runs in all forms of cricketRecent Cricket StatsCuts and Glances of Martin Crowe An honest, Unflinching CricketerPlayer Played his First Four Tests against Four Different Countries. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.