Test Records :- Highest Individual Scores

# Player Team Opposition Venue Runs Balls Date
1 Brian Lara West Indies England St John's 400* 582 10 Apr 2004
2 Matthew Hayden Australia Zimbabwe Perth 380 437 9 Oct 2003
3 Brian Lara West Indies England St John's 375 538 16 Apr 1994
4 Mahela Jayawardene Sri Lanka South Africa Colombo (SSC) 374 572 27 Jul 2006
5 Garry Sobers West Indies Pakistan Kingston 365 26 Feb 1958
6 Leonard Hutton England Australia The Oval 364 847 20 Aug 1938
7 Sanath Jayasuriya Sri Lanka India Colombo (RPS) 340 578 2 Aug 1997
8 Hanif Mohammad Pakistan West Indies Auckland 337 970 17 Jan 1958
9 Wally Hammond England New Zealand Auckland 336* 31 Mar 1933
10 David Warner Australia Pakistan Adelaide 335* 418 30 Nov 2019
11 Mark Taylor Australia Pakistan Peshawar 334* 564 15 Oct 1998
12 Donald Bradman Australia England Leeds 334 448 11 Jul 1930
13 Graham Gooch England India Lord's 333 485 26 Jul 1990
14 Chris Gayle West Indies Sri Lanka Galle 333 437 16 Nov 2010
15 Michael Clarke Australia India Sydney 329* 468 05 Jan 2012
16 Inzamam-ul-Haq Pakistan New Zealand Lahore 329 436 1 May 2002
17 Andy Sandham England West Indies Kingston 325 640 3 Apr 1930
18 Virender Sehwag India South Africa Chennai 319 304 26 Mar 2008
19 Kumar Sangakkara Sri Lanka Bangladesh Chittagong 319 482 05 Feb 2014
20 Chris Gayle West Indies South Africa St John's 317 483 29 Apr 2005
21 Younis Khan Pakistan Sri Lanka Karachi 313 568 21 Feb 2009
22 Hashim Amla South Africa England The Oval 311* 529 22 Jul 2012
23 Bob Simpson Australia England Manchester 311 740 23 Jul 1964
24 John Edrich England New Zealand Leeds 310* 450 8 Jul 1965
25 Virender Sehwag India Pakistan Multan 309 375 28 Mar 2004
26 Bob Cowper Australia England Melbourne 307 589 11 Feb 1966
27 Donald Bradman Australia England Leeds 304 473 20 Jul 1934
28 Karun Nair India England Chennai 303* 381 19 Dec 2016
29 Lawrence Rowe West Indies England Bridgetown 302 430 6 Mar 1974
30 Brendon McCullum New Zealand India Wellington 302 559 18 Feb 2014
31 Azhar Ali Pakistan West Indies Dubai (DSC) 302* 469 14 Oct 2016
32 Donald Bradman Australia South Africa Adelaide 299* - 29 Jan 1932
33 Martin Crowe New Zealand Sri Lanka Wellington 299 523 31 Jan 1991
34 Alastair Cook England India Birmingham 294 545 12 Aug 2011
35 Virender Sehwag India Sri Lanka Mumbai (BS) 293 254 3 Dec 2009
36 Viv Richards West Indies England The Oval 291 386 12 Aug 1976
37 Ramnaresh Sarwan West Indies England Bridgetown 291 452 26 Feb 2009
38 Ross Taylor New Zealand Australia Perth 290 374 16 Nov 2015
39 Tip Foster England Australia Sydney 287 11 Dec 1903
40 Kumar Sangakkara Sri Lanka South Africa Colombo (SSC) 287 457 27 Jul 2006
41 Peter May England West Indies Birmingham 285* 30 May 1957
42 V.V.S. Laxman India Australia Kolkata 281 452 11 Mar 2001
43 Javed Miandad Pakistan India Hyderabad (India) 280* 460 14 Jan 1983
44 AB de Villiers South Africa Pakistan Abu Dhabi 278* 418 21 Nov 2010
45 Denis Compton England Pakistan Nottingham 278 287 1 Jul 1954
46 Brian Lara West Indies Australia Sydney 277 372 2 Jan 1993
47 Graeme Smith South Africa England Birmingham 277 373 24 Jul 2003
48 Daryll Cullinan South Africa New Zealand Auckland 275* 490 27 Feb 1999
49 Gary Kirsten South Africa England Durban 275 642 26 Dec 1999
50 Mahela Jayawardene Sri Lanka India Ahmedabad 275 435 19 Nov 2009

Matches

Indian Premier League 2020

9th Match, Sharjah, Sep 27 2020

KXIP KXIP
223/2 & 0/ (20. ov)

RR RR
226/6 & 0/ (19.3 ov) (Target

Rajasthan Royals won by 4 wickets

Indian Premier League 2020

8th Match, Abu Dhabi, Sep 26 2020

SH SH
142/4 & 0/ (20. ov)

KKR KKR
145/3 & 0/ (18. ov) (Target

KKR won by 7 wickets

Indian Premier League 2020

7th Match, Dubai (DSC), Sep 25 2020

DC DC
175/3 & 0/ (20.0 ov)

CSK CSK
131/7 & 0/ (20. ov) (Target

Delhi Capitals won by 44 runs

Indian Premier League 2020

6th Match, Dubai (DSC), Sep 24 2020

KXIP KXIP
206/3 & 4/ (20.0 ov)

RCB RCB
109/10 & 0/ (17.0 ov) (Target

Kings XI won by 97 runs