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Rohit Sharma can break Brian Lara's 400-run Test record: David Warner

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Rohit Sharma can break Brian Lara's 400-run Test record: David Warner*Adelaide:* Dashing Australian opener David Warner believes India's Rohit Sharma has the firepower to surpass West Indies great Brian Lara's record 400 not out in a Test match. Warner, who scored his maiden triple ton (335) in five-day cricket during the ongoing second Test against Pakistan here, was just 65 runs shy of breaking...
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