M.P. Vaughan


M.P. Vaughan 120 v BangladeshBack to boards

Michael Vaughan scored his third successive Test hundred at Lord’s with a knock of 120 versus Bangladesh in the summer of 2005.

Bangladesh, competing in their first-ever Test at the Home of Cricket, were bowled out for 108 after their first innings before Vaughan came to the crease with England 148/1.

The Yorkshire batsman continued to help build England’s lead, sharing a partnership of 255 with Trescothick, before eventually falling for 120 runs.

In his innings, Vaughan faced 174 balls and scored 15 fours before captaining England to a comfortable victory by an innings and 261 runs.

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