Sir Donald Bradman scored his second, and final, century at Lord's in 1938, when he hit an unbeaten hundred during Australia's drawn Test with England.
Having only hit 18 in his side's first innings, Bradman and Australia were targeted with a score of 315 to try and chase on the final day.
Bradman, as usual, strolled to the crease with the confidence and grace that suggested that he could potentially help guide Australia to a famous victory.
As captain, he tried his best, with another wonderful innings at Lord's. His 102* consisted of 15 fours off 135 balls as he reached the Honours Boards again and the match fizzling out to a draw.