Brian Lara predicts, Indian player will Break his 400, 501* runs records

West Indies cricket legend Brian Lara has made a bold prediction, stating that he believes Shubman Gill can break his records of 400 and 501* runs in a single Test inning. Lara expressed his admiration for Gill’s talent and foreseeing a bright future in cricket.

In a recent interview with Anand Bazar Patrika, Lara emphasized that he sees 24-year-old Shubman Gill as a player capable of breaking several records in his career. Lara specifically mentioned that Gill has the talent to surpass both of Lara’s world records. Lara acknowledged Gill’s cricketing abilities and expressed hope that Gill would set many records in the future.

The cricketing world has witnessed a series of records being made and broken, but some records, like Sachin Tendulkar’s 100 international centuries and Brian Lara’s 400 runs in a Test inning, seem nearly impossible to surpass.

Brian Lara, who is renowned for his historic 400-run inning in Test cricket against England in 2004, recently spoke highly of Shubman Gill’s potential. Lara highlighted that Gill has already showcased his ability to score centuries across all formats, including a double century in ODIs and match-winning performances in the IPL.

It’s worth noting that Lara’s record-setting inning of 501 runs in first-class cricket occurred in 1994 during a County Championship match against Durham while playing for Warwickshire. Lara’s incredible feat in Test cricket took place in 2005 against England, where he became the first batsman to score 400 runs in a single inning. In that historic inning, Lara faced 582 deliveries, hitting 43 fours and 4 sixes. Lara’s record-setting performances continue to be etched in cricketing history.

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