Brian Lara remembers his world-record 400 not out, made against England in Antigua in April 2004


On April 12 2004, West Indies batsman Brian Charles Lara became the first man ever to reclaim the world Test batting record after scoring 400 not out against England at the Antigua Recreation Ground in St John’s, and in so doing earning the Trinidadian a permanent place in the history books.


He marked the occasion with this Instagram post:



Thank you to all of my supporters for the reminder of this wonderful day in my life.
I feel like I have 5 or 6 birthdays a year 😄every time I see the celebration on these memorable occasions that are gone many years now.
I do feel the LOVE!

#thankful #gratitude #love #antigua #2004 #17thanniversary

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