Northeast reminded Lara by scoring 410 runs

How many batsmen get upset when the personal score reaches 90. Even after getting very close to the century, they had to return in vain. The phrase ‘Narvade Nabbai’ has not been introduced in cricket.

The challenge ahead of Sam Northeast was greater. The batsman who played for Glamorgan in county cricket stood at 396 runs. In such a situation, the batsman is supposed to be chipped under the pressure of making history. Where is the key! He moved a little towards the northeast of the stump and hit a six over the bowler’s head to score 400 runs. Glamorgan captain David Lloyd announced the innings after the batsman hit a six in the next ball and took a double after two balls. The team’s run is no less – 795/5.

The 32-year-old Northeast was unbeaten on 410 runs. This is the 11th innings to score 400 in first-class cricket, but the ninth highest in terms of runs.

His third highest innings in county cricket. Brian Lara scored the first quadruple century of the century in 2004 before Northeast. Lara, the godfather of cricket, scored exactly 400 runs against England en route to reclaiming the record for the highest individual run in Test cricket.

North East scored 454 fours and 3 sixes with Chris Cook for an unbroken sixth wicket partnership of 461 runs.

Brian Lara’s highest innings in first-class cricket. In 1994, Lara was