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Hanif Mohammad: 337 is still the longest ever test innings (Barbados)

Hanif Mohammad was one of Pakistan's finest ever batsman and his famous 337 (970 minutes, 24 fours) made against West Indies in 1957/58 remains an epic innings.

After Pakistan found itself following on from a first-innings deficit of 473 runs on the afternoon of the third day, Hanif spent more than sixteen hours at the crease compiling his runs, allowing Pakistan to draw the game.

It remains the longest innings in Test history.

1st Test, Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados, 17-23 January 1958 (6-day match).


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