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|MC Cowdrey||104||England||v Australia||Birmingham||11 Jul 1968||Test # 639|
|Javed Miandad||145||Pakistan||v India||Lahore||1 Dec 1989||Test # 1130|
|CG Greenidge||149||West Indies||v England||St John's||12 Apr 1990||Test # 1144|
|AJ Stewart||105||England||v West Indies||Manchester||3 Aug 2000||Test # 1506|
|Inzamam-ul-Haq||184||Pakistan||v India||Bangalore||24 Mar 2005||Test # 1743|
|RT Ponting||120||Australia||v South Africa||Sydney||2 Jan 2006||Test # 1780|
|RT Ponting||143*||Australia||v South Africa||Sydney||2 Jan 2006||Test # 1780|
|GC Smith||131||South Africa||v England||The Oval||19 Jul 2012||Test # 2049|
Records include the following recent matches:
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Chittagong, 3rd Test, Nov 12-16, 2014 [Test # 2145]
New Zealand v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi, 1st Test, Nov 9-13, 2014 [Test # 2144]
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Khulna, 2nd Test, Nov 3-7, 2014 [Test # 2143]
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Kumar Sangakkara scored 79 runs in an ODI against New Zealand in 2007. New Zealand were bowled out for 73. Sangakkara's 79 was the highest score by a Sri Lankan batsman in that game. This is the lowest such score to have outscored the entire opposition in an ODI.
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