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Watch Sachin Tendulkar break Brian Lara's world record (11,953) for the most runs scored by a batsman in Test cricket, during the 2nd test - India vs Australia - played at Mohali. The record came off the first ball after tea and play was held up for quite a while with fireworks and the like. He would then cap it with an important 88 that saw him go past 12000 runs. There's also a post match interview with Tendulkar in this video.
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