|6||Sanath Jayasuriya (78)||James Anderson||Sri Lanka v England||Kandy||2007|
|Ramnaresh Sarwan (116)||Munaf Patel Ŧ||West Indies v India||St. Kitts||2006|
|Chris Gayle (105)||Matthew Hoggard||England v West Indies||The Oval||2004|
|5||Marcus Trescothick (52*)||Makhaya Ntini||England v South Africa||Edgbaston||2003|
|Mohammad Azharuddin (109)||Lance Klusener||India v South Africa||Kolkata||1996|
|DW Hookes (56)||AW Greig||Australia v England||Melbourne||1976-77|
|RE Redmond (107)||Majid Khan||New Zealand v Pakistan||Auckland||1972-73|
|DT Lindsay (60)||JW Gleeson||South Africa v Australia||Port Elizabeth||1969-70|
|Richie Benaud (121)||DT Dewdney||West Indies v Australia||Kingston||1955|
Ŧ The sixth ball of Munaf's over was a no ball
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By the time Adam Voges got out in the Wellington Test, he scored a record 614 runs between dismissals, going past Sachin Tendulkar's record of 497 runs between dismissals in 2004. The first-class record is with KC Ibrahim who had scored 709 runs (scores of 218*, 36*, 234*, 77*, 144) in 1947.
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