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Tendulkar becomes second highest Test run-scorer
Rajneesh Gupta | November 25, 2007
Sachin Tendulkar [Images] became the second highest Test run-scorer during the first Test against Pakistan on Sunday.
Playing in his 142nd match, the Indian batting ace surpassed former Australia skipper Allan Border's aggregate of 11,174 runs when he scored 24 in the second innings on the fourth evening.
Tendulkar holds the record for most Test hundreds with 37.
The following table lists the leading run-scorers in Test cricket:
Note: Lara's tally includes one match played for ICC [Images] World XI.