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Uploaded on Jun 5, 2007
He's done it. Brian Lara has reclaimed his world record, ten years to the week since he overhauled Sir Garry Sobers's 365 on this very ground, and just six months after his mark was usurped by Australia's Matthew Hayden. What is more, Lara's phenomenal unbeaten 400 - only the tenth quadruple-century in all first-class cricket - has given West Indies the chance of an astonishing and crushing victory.
Lara reached lunch on 390 not out, passing through a guard of honour in front of the pavilion as his team-mates lined up to congratulate him. Unsurprisingly, he was not finished there, and shortly after the break, he swept at Batty once again, this time for a single, to become the first man to break the 400 barrier in Tests.