How many balls did Brian Lara scored 400?

How many balls did Brian Lara scored 400?

582 balls
The legendary cricketer Brian Lara, on 12 April, 2004, made the highest individual score in a test match. The ace batsman scored 400 runs not out facing 582 balls in the test match against England. Lara hit 43 fours and four sixes during this innings. The record that he made seventeen years ago is still intact.

Did Lara score 400 or 401?

West Indies 1st INNINGS

c & b Batty
Daren Ganga lbw b Flintoff 10
lbw b Flintoff
Brian Lara (c) not out 400

Who scored highest 401 in Test match?

BC Lara

Player Runs Team
BC Lara 400* West Indies
ML Hayden 380 Australia
BC Lara 375 West Indies
DPMD Jayawardene 374 Sri Lanka

How many times Lara scored 400?

Lara regained the world record in 2004 when he made an unbeaten 400, once again against England. It is also the only quadruple century in Test cricket….Test cricket centuries.

No. 25
Score 400*
Against England
Pos. 3
Venue Antigua Recreation Ground, St. John’s

Has Brian Lara played IPL?

West Indies former legendary batsman Brian Lara has picked a young Indian player to watch out for in the ongoing season of the Indian Premier League. The former flamboyant batsman picked Sunrisers Hyderabad’s, Abdul Samad.

How rich is Brian Lara?

Brian Lara Net Worth

Name Brian Charles Lara
Born Place Santa Cruz, Trinidad, and Tobago
Nationality Trinidadian
Position Cricketer Left-handed
Net Worth $60 Million

What team is against Brian Lara 400?

West Indies
On this day in 2004, legendary West Indies cricketer Brian Lara scored an unbeaten 400 against a formidable English side to set the world record for the highest individual score in an innings in Test cricket, surpassing Australian batsman Matthew Hayden’s 380 against Zimbabwe.

Who is Brian Lara married to?

Leasel Rovedas
Brian Lara/Spouse

Lara is the father of a daughter called Sydney (born 1996) whom he fathered with Trinidadian journalist and model Leasel Rovedas. Sydney was named as a tribute to one of Lara’s favourite grounds, the Sydney Cricket Ground, where Lara scored his first Test century—the highly acclaimed 277 in the 1992–93 season.

Who is better Lara or Tendulkar?

Sachin Tendulkar (India, right-handed) and Brian Lara (West Indies, left handed) are two of the best batsmen in cricketing history….Comparison chart.

Brian Lara Sachin Tendulkar
Batting Average (Tests) 52.88 56.25
Highest score (Tests) 400 not out 248 not out
Test Not Outs 6 40
Test Runs 11953 15,048

Who is the poorest cricketer?

1. Arshad Khan. The tall off-spin bowler from Pakistan, Arshad Khan made his debut in the 1997-98 series against the Windies. He played nine Tests and 58 ODIs till 2006 for his country.

What was Brian Lara’s highest score in a test?

The 375 he made against England in 1994 was the highest individual Test score for nine years, until Matthew Hayden surpassed it in 2003. Lara regained the world record in 2004 when he made an unbeaten 400, once again against England.

When did Brian Lara break the world record?

In the space of two months in 1994, Lara’s 375 and 501 not out broke world records for the highest Test and first-class scores, but sudden fame turned him into a confused and contradictory figure.

How many runs did Brian Lara score in ODI?

Brian Lara’s ODI record of more than 10,000 runs at an average of almost 41 was equally great, but somehow, his amazing Test innings overshadowed the same. Incidentally, Lara became the second batsman, after Sachin Tendulkar to score more than 10,000 runs in both forms of the game.

What was Brian Lara’s first class batting record?

Brian Lara’s records. Born 2 May 1969, Cantaro, Santa Cruz, Trinidad. Broke world Test batting record in April 1994 (375 v England), and the world first-class record of 501 just 50 days later. Australia’s Matthew Hayden took Lara’s record when he made 380 for Australia against Zimbabwe in Perth on 10 October 2003.