Full Information of The Prince Brian Lara

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The compact left-arm batsman holds the record for most runs scored in an innings in both Test (international) and first-class cricket

#Full Information of The Prince Brian Lara: Brian Lara -

 

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Brian Charles Lara,  (born 2 May 1969) is an international cricketer.  501 not out for Warwickshire against Durham at Edgbaston in 1994, the highest individual score in first-class cricket, the fifth captain's century in the history of first-class cricket, of batting for West Indies in 2004, 1979, and 2009 in that ICC Champions Trophy led the way. It was the first time a team had won a major ICC trophy since winning the Cricket World Cup.

Lara also scored an unbeaten 400 in an innings in the fourth Test against England in Antigua in 2004. Lara also held the record for the most runs in an over in Test cricket, which stood for 18 years, when he surpassed South Africa’s Robin Pietersen by 28 runs in 2003 (Jasprit Bumrah overtook him in 2022). had given). 

Lara’s 153 not out against Australia at Bridgetown in Barbados in 1999 is the second-best in Wisden Test cricket history behind Sir Donald Bradman’s 270 in the 1937 Ashes Test. world. 

Early Life -

Brian is one of eleven siblings. Her father, Bunty, and older sister, Agnes Cyrus, signed her up at the age of six for weekly Sunday training sessions at the local Harvard training clinic, and as a result, Lara received early instruction in proper kicking technique and attended St.E. The school became Joseph's School. left. Roman Catholic Primary School. He then attended San Juan High School on Morrow Road in Lower Santa Cruz. A year later, at the age of fourteen, he transferred to Fatima College where he began his development as a promising young player under cricket coach Harry Ramdas. As a 14-year-old, he scored 745 runs in the Schoolboy League at an average of 126.16 per innings, was selected for the Trinidad and Tobago Under-16 National Team and, as a 15-year-old, played for USA India. The tournament was held. -19 and Lara West Indies represented the country in Under-19 cricket the same year.

Cricket Career -

First Class Initial Instinct –

1987 was a breakthrough year for Lara when he scored 498 in the West Indies Junior Championship, breaking the record of 480 set by Carl Hooper the previous year

The team Later that year, he led the West Indies to the Youth Bicentennial World Cup in Australia, where the West Indies reached the semi-finals. His reputation grew as West Indies Under-23 captain that year, playing 182 times against the Indians in the tournament.

He soon became the first choice for the entire West Indies team, but unfortunately, his father died and Lara retired from the team. In 1989, he captained the West Indies B team and scored 145 runs in Zimbabwe.

 He played his last Test match for West Indies against Pakistan in 1990 and scored 44 and 5 runs. He made his ODI debut against Pakistan just a month ago and scored 11 runs.

International Career -

In January 1993, Lara scored 277 against Australia in Sydney. His maiden Test hundred in the fifth Test was the turning point of the series as the West Indies won the last two Tests to take the series 2-1. After scoring 277 runs at the SCG, Lara named her daughter Sydney.

Lara holds several world records for high scores. 474 is Lara's highest individual score in first-class cricket (501 not out in Durham v Warwickshire in 1994) and Test cricket (400 not out against England in the West Indies in 2004). minutes, he set his world record of 501 off just 427 balls. He hit 308 fours (10 sixes, 62 fours). His partners were Roger Toos (115 partnership – second wicket), Trevor Penney (314 – 3), Paul Smith (51 – 4), and Keith Piper (322 not out – 5th). 

He is the only man to regain the Test score record of 375 against England in 1994 and Matthew Hayden's 380 against Zimbabwe in 2003. In his unbeaten innings of 400 runs, Donald Bradman (after Donald Bradman) came second. He scored two Test triple centuries, becoming only the second (after Bill Ponsford) to score two first-class quadruple centuries. He has scored nine double centuries in Test cricket, third behind Bradman’s 12 and Kumar Sangakkara’s 11 centuries. As captain, he scored five double centuries, the most by any captain. The Test series was eventually tied 2-2. In November 2005, he also set the record for the highest Test score by surpassing Allen's 226 at the Adelaide Oval in Australia, a trophy broken by India's Sachin Tendulkar in Seema Gavaskar's second Test on 17 October 2008 in Mohali, Australia.

Lara captained the West Indies from 1998 to 1999 when they suffered their first defeat at the hands of South Africa. He then played a four-Test series with Australia that ended in a 2-2 draw in which Lara scored 546 runs, including three centuries and a double century. He scored 213 in the second Test at Kingston and 153* in the second innings of the third Test as the West Indies set a target of 311 with one wicket to spare. He won man-of-the-match awards in both games and was named player of the series.

Wisden 100 placed his unbeaten innings against Australia at Bridgetown in 1998-99 as the second best behind Sir Donald Bradman's score of 270 against England in Melbourne in 1936-37.

In 2001, Lara was named Carlton Man of the Series in Australia with an average of 46.50, which became the highest average by a West Indian in that series. He scored a half-century and two centuries and 116 against Australia. Lara scored 688 runs in the three-match Test series against Sri Lanka this year when he scored three-and-a-half centuries – including two in the first innings and… a century. That equates to 42% of the team's runs in that series. Due to this outstanding performance, Mutia Muralitharan says Lara is one of the most dangerous batsmen he has played with.

#List of international cricket centuries by Brian Lara -

Test cricket centuries -

No.ScoreAgainstPos.Inn.TestVenueH/ADateResult
1277 Australia421/5Sydney Cricket GroundSydneyAway2 January 1993Drawn
2167 England322/5BourdaGeorgetownHome17 March 1994Won
3375 England315/5Antigua Recreation GroundSt. John'sHome16 April 1994Drawn
4147 New Zealand312/2Basin ReserveWellingtonAway10 February 1995Won
5145 England334/6Old TraffordManchesterAway27 July 1995Lost
6152 England325/6Trent BridgeNottinghamAway10 August 1995Drawn
7179 England426/6The OvalLondonAway25 August 1995Drawn
8132 Australia425/5WACA GroundPerthAway1 February 1997Won
9103 India414/5Antigua Recreation GroundSt. John'sHome4 April 1997Drawn
10115 Sri Lanka332/2Arnos Vale StadiumKingstownHome20 June 1997Drawn
11213 Australia422/4Sabina ParkKingstonHome13 March 1999Won
12153* Australia543/4Kensington OvalBridgetownHome26 March 1999Won
13100 Australia424/4Antigua Recreation GroundSt. John'sHome3 April 1999Lost
14112 England433/5Old TraffordManchesterAway3 August 2000Drawn
15182 Australia413/5Adelaide OvalAdelaideAway15 December 2000Lost
16178 Sri Lanka411/3Galle International StadiumGalleAway13 November 2001Lost
17221 Sri Lanka413/3Sinhalese Sports Club GroundColomboAway29 November 2001Lost
18130 Sri Lanka433/3Sinhalese Sports Club GroundColomboAway29 November 2001Lost
19110 Australia431/4BourdaGeorgetownHome10 April 2003Lost
20122 Australia442/4Queen's Park OvalPort of SpainHome19 April 2003Lost
21209 Sri Lanka421/2Beausejour StadiumGros IsletHome20 June 2003Drawn
22191 Zimbabwe412/2Queens Sports ClubBulawayoAway12 November 2003Won
23202 South Africa421/4Wanderers StadiumJohannesburgAway12 December 2003Lost
24115 South Africa423/4Newlands Cricket GroundCape TownAway2 January 2004Drawn
25400* England314/4Antigua Recreation GroundSt. John'sHome10 April 2004Drawn
26120 Bangladesh422/2Sabina ParkKingstonHome4 June 2004Won
27196 South Africa412/4Queen's Park OvalPort of SpainHome8 April 2005Lost
28176 South Africa413/4Kensington OvalBridgetownHome21 April 2005Lost
29130 Pakistan411/2Kensington OvalBridgetownHome26 May 2005Won
30153 Pakistan422/2Sabina ParkKingstonHome3 June 2005Lost
31226 Australia413/3Adelaide OvalAdelaideAway25 November 2005Lost
32120 India332/4Beausejour StadiumGros IsletHome10 June 2006Drawn
33122 Pakistan431/3Gaddafi StadiumLahoreAway11 November 2006Lost
34216 Pakistan322/3Multan Cricket StadiumMultanAway19 November 2006Drawn

#Brian Lara ODI centuries list-

No.ScoreAgainstPos.Inn.S.R.VenueH/A/NDateResult
1128* Pakistan21102.40Sahara Stadium KingsmeadDurbanNeutral19 February 1993Won
2111* South Africa2279.28Springbok ParkBloemfonteinAway23 February 1993Won
3114 Pakistan1298.27Sabina ParkKingstonHome23 March 1993Won
4153 Pakistan22106.99Sharjah Cricket Association StadiumSharjahNeutral5 November 1993Won
5139 Australia31113.00Queen's Park OvalPort of SpainHome12 March 1995Won
6169 Sri Lanka31131.00Sharjah Cricket Association StadiumSharjahNeutral16 October 1995Won
7111 South Africa31118.08National StadiumKarachiNeutral11 March 1996Won
8146* New Zealand32108.95Queen's Park OvalPort of SpainHome30 March 1996Won
9104 New Zealand32100.97Arnos Vale StadiumKingstownHome6 April 1996Won
10102 Australia3289.47The GabbaBrisbaneAway5 January 1997Won
11103* Pakistan3288.79WACA GroundPerthNeutral10 January 1997Won
12110 England32103.77Kensington OvalBridgetownHome29 March 1998Lost
13117 Bangladesh21188.70Bangabandhu National StadiumDhakaAway9 October 1999Won
14116* Australia42109.43Sydney Cricket GroundSydneyAway17 January 2001Lost
15111 Kenya3192.50Sinhalese Sports Club GroundColomboNeutral17 September 2002Won
16116 South Africa3186.56Newlands Cricket GroundCape TownAway9 February 2003Won
17116 Sri Lanka31109.43Kensington OvalBridgetownHome8 June 2003Lost
18113 Zimbabwe31137.80Queens Sports ClubBulawayoAway22 November 2003Won
19156 Pakistan41113.04Adelaide OvalAdelaideNeutral28 January 2005Won

#Brain Lara Retirement:- 

On 19 April 2007, Lara announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket, stating that the West Indies match against England on 21 April 2007 would be his last international match alongside Marlon Samuels, indicating that his combination would be 18. 

Before the 2007 Cricket World Cup, he announced that this would be his last One Day International. In a post-match presentation interview following the final, he asked the fans, "What did I like?", 

He is the former captain of the Mumbai Champs. After not playing for Trinidad and Tobago for the previous two years, he volunteered for his home team Trinidad and Tobago at the start of the domestic season in 2008. He returned with a match-winning century followed by a half-century against Guyana. Second century with more than two runs per ball. In the third round (Trinidad and Tobago received a bye into the second round).

On 19 January, Lara broke his hand against the Leeward Islands of the Saints. Marten ruled him out of the ICL season. But he confirmed his commitment to return to Twenty20 cricket by scoring 37 runs from 32 balls on the tour of Pakistan at the Marylebone Cricket Club on 27 June 2010.

In 2012, Lara joined Bangladesh Premier League team Chittagong Kings as a brand ambassador.

Lord played a 50-over match for the Sachin Tendulkar-led MCC team against the Rest of the World XI on the occasion of his bicentenary on the field. He had scored a half-century in MCC's last win.

Return 2010:-

After talks broke down between Surrey and Lara for the Friends Providence T20 in 2010, Lara announced that he still wanted to sign a T20 cricket contract. Later in the year, he joined South Rocks in Zimbabwe for the 2010–11 Stanbic Bank T20 Series. For the Rocks, he scored a half-century on his debut and first T20I. He added 34 runs in his next two innings for Rockweed and scored a brilliant 65, but then withdrew from the tournament citing "commitments". Somewhere else."

After expressing interest in playing in the fourth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2011 and not playing active cricket for four years, Brian Lara again managed to fetch the top reserve price of $400,000 ahead of the players' auction. In early January 2011; However, no franchise bought him.

personal life:-

In 1989, Lara lost her father to a heart attack. 
Lara has two sons with Trinidadian journalist and model Liezel Rovedas. Lara is linked to former British lingerie model Lynsey Ward.

Sincerely:-

In September 2009, Lara was appointed an Honorary Life Member of the Royal St. John's Golf Club. There are also kits. On October 29, 2011, Lara graduated from the University of the West Indies in St. Petersburg. Augustine's name. The Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad and Tobago was built in his honor and opened in 2017.

Philanthropy:-

In memory of her parents, Lara founded the Pearl and Bunty Lara Foundation, a charity that aims to address health and social care issues. 

On 7 September 2008 he played in Soccer Aid 2008 and on 6 June 2010 he played in Soccer Aid. Lara played for the most famous teams in England and former professionals from all over the world. Raised in Trinidad, Lara was also a talented footballer. Often playing alongside his close friend Dwight Yorke along with Shaka Hislop and Russell Latapy Yorke, Hislop, and Latapey played for Trinidad and Tobago at the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Record:-

  1. Lara scored 277 against Australia in Sydney, her first Test century, the fourth-highest debut century by a batsman, [69] the highest individual score in all Tests between the two teams, the highest by a batsman against Australia, and the fourth-highest number of A Test players.
  2. Before scoring an unbeaten 400 against England in 2004, Matthew Hayden scored 375 runs with five runs in his separate Test matches in 2003. , the second player after Bill Ponsford to score two career centuries, the only player to score two career centuries, and the record personal in his note category The first player to make it. tournaments and individual trials. He is the only athlete to have broken the world record twice.
  3.  He also holds the record for the highest individual test score (400*) as captain.
  4. He became the second batsman to play 1000 Tests in five different years after Matthew Hayden first achieved the feat in the same tournament.
  5. In terms of number of innings, he was the fastest batsman with 10,000 (combined with Sachin Tendulkar) and 11,000 Test runs.
  6. He scored 34 Test centuries; He is sixth on the all-time list along with Sunil Gavaskar, Mahela Jayawardene, and Uniscan.
    Nine of his centuries are double centuries (beyond only Kumar Sangakkara and Donald Bradman).
    Two of these were triple centuries (like Donald Bradman of Australia, [74] Virender Sehwag of India, and Chris Gayle of the West Indies).
  7. On 21 November 2006, he became the sixth batsman to score a century in the same game against Pakistan.
    Lara scored 20% of his side's runs, [76] a feat surpassed only by Bradman (23%) and George Hadley (21%). During the 2001–02 tour of Sri Lanka, Lara scored 688 runs (42% of the team total), a record for a series of three or more Tests and the second-highest score in the history of a three-Test series.
  8. During the tour of Sri Lanka itself, he scored a century and a double century in the third Test, which has been repeated only five times in the history of Test cricket.
  9. He scored the most runs (351) in the losing Test team.
  10. He scored the highest percentage of his team (53.83 percent) on a test (221 out of 390 and 130 out of 262). He was a member of the South African J.H. played the role of. Sinclair posted a record 51.88 percent (106 of 177 and 4 of 35).
    On 21 November 2006, Lara set the world record for the most runs scored in an over in Test cricket (28 against South African left-arm spinner RJ Peterson) Multon Cricket -Dan Caneria scored 26 runs in the bowling.
  11. He scored his ninth fastest Test century on 21 November 2006 against Pakistan in 77 balls.
  12. With 164 catches, he is eighth behind non-defenders Rahul Dravid, Mahela Jayawardene, Jacques Kallis, Ricky Ponting, Mark Waugh, Stephen Fleming and Graeme Smith.

#Incredible Facts About Brian Lara:-

 

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Brian Lara holds several cricket records including the highest individual score and the fastest Test century. His incredible talent and accomplishments make him a true legend in the game.

Record Walk - 

Great West Indies batsman Brian Lara holds the record for the highest individual score in Test cricket. His incredible 375 against England in 1994 broke Sir Gary Sobers’ previous record. 

MostTest -

His impressive 400 wickets against England in 2004 made him the first and only player to achieve this feat. This great match will always be remembered in the history of cricket.

Fastest century in Test cricket -

Lara is known for his incredible batting ability and he demonstrated it by scoring the fastest century in Test cricket. In 2002, he achieved the feat in just 77 balls against South Africa. This amazing display of strength and skill is a testament to Lara’s incredible talent.

Wisden Cricket - 

 The award recognizes players who have made a significant impact on the game through outstanding performances. 

Captain Wren -

Lara’s captaincy skills and ability to lead by example have led the team to remarkable victories, including a series win against Australia, which earned her the admiration and respect of teammates and fans.

Tricentennial - 

Not content with just a record score, Lara scored several Test centuries. In 1994, he scored an unbeaten 400 runs in addition to 375 runs. This remarkable achievement reflects Lara’s ability to dominate the opposition and set new standards in the world of cricket.

Two centuries of continuous testing -

Lara achieved another remarkable feat by scoring two consecutive Test centuries. He scored 221 against Sri Lanka in 2001, followed by an unbeaten 200 against Australia in the next Test. This consistently high performance demonstrates Lara’s exceptional talent and mental toughness.

Fastest player to score 10,000 runs -

Lara has another impressive record as the fastest player to score 10,000 runs in Test cricket. He broke Sachin Tendulkar’s previous record of just 195 innings. It highlights Lara’s remarkable ability and resilience throughout her career.

Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy Winner -

Lara received the prestigious Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy, an honor that recognizes the best player in international cricket based on performance throughout the year. Lara's outstanding performance has earned her prestigious awards

#Conclusion -

His immense talent, stellar record, and unwavering dedication to the game have cemented his legacy in the world of cricket. From his record-setting exploits to phenomenal achievements, Lara's impact on the game will always be remembered. Whether it's her brilliant batting style, her ability to dominate the bowling attack, or her incredible patience, Lara has left such an indelible mark on the history of cricket fans that we can marvel at her skills and achievements.
 
 

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 The compact left-arm batsman holds the record for most runs scored in an innings in both Test (international) and first-class cricket.

 

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