Which test player has 99.9 average in his test career and in last match of his career he was out on 0 ? As if he had just one score in his last inning then his average would have became 100.

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Sir Donald Bradman, an Australian batsman was the player who finished his playing career with 99.94 average in 52 matches and 80 innings.

And he needed just four runs from his final-ever Test match innings to finish with an average of exactly 100.

"...the great Australian needed just four runs from his final-ever Test match innings against England at the Oval in 1948 to finish with an average of exactly 100, only to miss a googly from Eric Hollies and be bowled for a two-ball duck."

Last match report.

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