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England's Chris Woakes Joins Elite Lord's Club

Chris Woakes remained unbeaten on 137 within the first innings of the second one Check towards India to go into the file books at Lord’s. The century helped the all-rounder turn out to be the 10th participant in historical past to attain a ton and scalp 5 or extra wickets on the famed cricket flooring. He had registered figures of five/32 and six/70 on the ‘Mecca of Cricket’ towards Pakistan in 2016. Courtesy of Woakes’ maiden Check century England took a lead of 289 runs within the first innings on Sunday’s fourth day. England captain Joe Root had declared his aspect’s first innings on 396 for seven.

Woakes’s innings, his maiden Check century, intended he now has a spot on each batting and bowling honours forums at Lord’s.

The total record is as follows (participant, nation, rating, opponent, 12 months, bowling figures, opponent, 12 months):

Gubby Allen (ENG)

122 v NZL 1932

Five-35, Five-46 v IND 1936

Keith Miller (AUS)

109 v ENG 1953

Five-80, Five-72 v ENG 1956

Vinoo Mankad (IND)

184 v ENG 1952

Five-196 v ENG 1952

Garfield Sobers (WIS)

163 v ENG 1966, 183 for Remainder of Global v ENG 1970, 150 no v ENG 1973

6-21 for Remainder of Global v ENG 1970

Ray Illingworth (ENG)

113 v WIS 1969

6-29 v IND 1967

Ian Botham (ENG)

108 v PAK 1978

Eight-34 v PAK 1978, 6-101, Five-39 v NZL 1978, Five-35 v IND 1979, Five-46 v IND 1982, Eight-103 v WIS 1984, 6-90 v SRI 1984, Five-109 v AUS 1985

Andrew Flintoff (ENG)

142 v RSA 200

Five-92 v AUS 2009

Stuart Huge (ENG)

169 v PAK 2010

7-72 v WIS 2012, 7-44 v NZL 2013

Ben Stokes (ENG)

101 v NZL 2015

6-22 v WIS 2017

Chris Woakes (ENG)

137 no v IND 2018

Five-32, 6-70 v PAK 2016

(With AFP inputs)


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