M.P. Vaughan

101*

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Michael Vaughan’s second century during the same Test match guided England to victory over West Indies at Lord’s in the summer of 2004.

Having already scored 103 in the first innings, Vaughan was determined to lead from the front, joining George Headley and Graham Gooch as the only batsmen to have achieved two hundreds in a single Test at Lord's.

Vaughan’s unbeaten knock of 101 consisted of 145 balls and 11 fours, which proved to be enough for England to be able to declare their second innings on a total of 325/5.

The Yorkshire batsman would then go on to captain his side to victory over West Indies with Ashley Giles taking five wickets to seal a 210-run victory.

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