M.P. Vaughan


M.P. Vaughan 103 v West IndiesBack to boards

Michael Vaughan’s score of 103 would be the first of two centuries in the same match in an impressive captain’s display against West Indies in the summer of 2004.

Batting at four, Vaughan arrived at the crease with England already positing 320 runs on the board after Andrew Strauss had scored 137.

With Rob Key approaching his double-century, Vaughan helped to build England’s total, with the duo sharing a third-wicket stand of 165.

Vaughan’s knock of 103 saw him face 154 balls with 12 fours scored in the process as the hosts would go on to comfortably win the match by 210 runs.

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