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|R Nayyar (271)||1,015||Himachal Pradesh v Jammu and Kashmir||Chamba||1999-2000|
|Hanif Mohammad (337) *||970||Pakistan v West Indies||Bridgetown||1957-58|
|VA Saxena (257)||907||Rajasthan v Tamil Nadu||Chennai||2011-12|
|G Kirsten (275)||878||South Africa v England||Durban||1999-2000|
|SC Cook (390)||838||Lions v Warriors||East London||2009-10|
|T Kohli (300)||823||Punjab v Jharkhand||Jamshedpur||2012-13|
|SS Shukla (178 not out)||821||Uttar Pradesh v Tamil Nadu||Nagpur||2008-09|
|A Chopra (301 not out)||812||Rajasthan v Maharashtra||Nasik||2010-11|
|ST Jayasuriya (340)||799||Sri Lanka v India||Colombo||1997-98|
|Leonard Hutton (364)||797||England v Australia||The Oval||1938|
|SH Kotak (168 not out)||796||Saurashtra v Mumbai||Mumbai||2007-08|
* He believes he batted for 999 minutes
Did you know?
Adam Gilchrist has played in three World Cups and won all three (1999, 2003 and 2007). Gilchrist is the only player to win all the three World Cups that he has played in. Glenn McGrath and Ricky Ponting have also won three World Cups each, but they played in more.
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