The highest individual score in the history of international cricket belongs to Brian Lara of the West Indies, who scored 400 not out against England in a Test match in 2004. Lara’s innings spanned 582 minutes and included 43 fours and 4 sixes.
Before Lara, the record for the highest individual score in Test cricket was held by Matthew Hayden of Australia, who scored 380 against Zimbabwe in 2003.
In One Day International (ODI) cricket, the highest individual score is 264 runs by Rohit Sharma of India, which he scored against Sri Lanka in 2014. Rohit Sharma’s innings included 33 fours and 9 sixes and spanned 173 balls.
It is worth noting that cricket is a sport that has been played for over 100 years, and there have been many great batsmen who have scored centuries and double centuries, but only a few have managed to score triple centuries or more. The highest individual score in first-class cricket (which includes Test matches) is 501 not out by Brian Lara for Warwickshire against Durham in 1994.
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