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This Englishman did a great job by washing Pak bowlers, name came in Lara’s list


England batsman Harry Brook troubled the Pakistan bowlers with his brilliant batting and got his name written in the list of veteran batsman Brian Lara.

TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Abhishek Upadhyay

Updated on: Dec 02, 2022, 1:58 PM IST

In the first Test match being played in Rawalpindi, England's batsmen took the news of Pakistan's bowlers fiercely and rained runs in a day and a half.  Meanwhile, one of his batsmen Harry Brook has got his name written in a special list.  (AFP Photo)

In the first Test match being played in Rawalpindi, England’s batsmen took the news of Pakistan’s bowlers fiercely and rained runs in a day and a half. Meanwhile, one of his batsmen Harry Brook has got his name written in a special list. (AFP Photo)

Harry has jointly come at number three in the list of batsmen who have scored the most runs in an over in Test cricket.  Harry scored 27 runs in one over of Pakistan's leg-spinner Zahid Mahmood.  (AFP Photo)

Harry has jointly come at number three in the list of batsmen who have scored the most runs in an over in Test cricket. Harry scored 27 runs in one over of Pakistan’s leg-spinner Zahid Mahmood. (AFP Photo)

He is the batsman who scored the most runs in an over in Test cricket from England.  Overall, he is jointly at number three in this matter.  He is accompanied by Shahid Afridi of Pakistan, who scored 27 runs in one over of the Test match against India in 2006.  (File Pic)

He is the batsman who scored the most runs in an over in Test cricket from England. Overall, he is jointly at number three in this matter. He is accompanied by Shahid Afridi of Pakistan, who scored 27 runs in one over of the Test match against India in 2006. (File pic)

The record of scoring the most runs in an over in Test cricket is in the name of India's Jasprit Bumrah, who scored 29 runs in an over against England this year.  (File Pic)

The record of scoring the most runs in an over in Test cricket is in the name of India’s Jasprit Bumrah, who scored 29 runs in an over against England this year. (File pic)

The second number in this list is the great West Indies batsman Brian Lara.  Lara took 28 runs in one over in the Test match played against South Africa in 2003.  George Bailey of Australia is jointly second with him, Bailey took 28 runs in one over of the Test match against England in 2013.  (File Pic)

The second number in this list is the great West Indies batsman Brian Lara. Lara took 28 runs in one over in the Test match played against South Africa in 2003. George Bailey of Australia is jointly second with him, Bailey took 28 runs in one over of the Test match against England in 2013. (File Pic)


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