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Here are some of the Statistical highlights and records that were achieved in this test:
Ramanaresh Sarwan with his 6 boundaries in Munaf Patel’s over became only 14th player in cricket history to have scored 24 or more runs in an over n test cricket.
** L denotes leg byes, N for No ball and LN for leg bye of a no ball.
- Botham’s 6th ball to Roberts was hit for one leg bye.
- Sutcliffe and Blair (25), and Morrison (24) scored their runs in an 8-ball over
- Caddick's 4th ball of the over was a no-ball from which a leg-bye was taken ( 2 extras)
- Willis’ 3rd ball of the over was a no-ball of which a boundary scored off, no extra run added as per the cricket laws at that time.
- Munaf Patel’s 6th ball was a no ball of which a boundary was scored and an additional extra run added as per the prevailing cricket laws.
During his 1st innings knock of 87 MN Samuels completed 1000 runs in test cricket to become 423rd cricketer and 45th West Indian to achieve the milestone. Chris Gayle while scoring his 1st innings 83 and Sewhag in his 2nd innings score of 60 became the 95th and 96th cricketers to have completed 4000 runs in test cricket. Chris Gayle is 15th West Indian and Virendra Sewhag is 11th Indian to do so.
At the end of the test their test records read as:
Finally a trivia fact: Playing in his 97th test Shivnarine Chanderpaul was left stranded on 97 while his team was all out. This provides 46th instance in test cricket that a batsman was left unbeaten in nineties in a completed innings. Allan Border & Steve Waugh of