Saturday, October 15, 2011

The greatest Pakistan test innings of all time...

Hanif Mohammad's 337: 970 minute stay at the wicket for 337 against West Indies following on with a deficit of over 450. The 'little master' batted for over 16 hours to save the match from a highly unlikely position. The longest ever stay at the crease in test history, batting for effectively 2.5 days. A demonstration of a watertight defence, immaculate concentration and admirable stamina. A knock full of character and spirit.

I know none of us saw it, but can you imagine that?

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