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Maximum fours in Test Cricket

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its brian Lara 1559 fours

second is sachin 1551 fours

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A four is when you hit the ball and it rolls, or bounces, over the ring forming the boundary

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four is when the batsman hits the ball beyond the boundary line with touching the ground first. You receive 4 runs for this and that's why it's called a four.

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