On this day, back in 2004, during the second day’s play against Pakistan in the first Test at Multan, Indian opener Virender Sehwag finally broke the 300-run barrier among Indians. After having swatted 228 on Day One, Sehwag resumed his clobbering innings with the same attitude and achieved a historical record. He was finally dismissed after scoring 309 by pacer Mohammad Sami. The knock included 39 fours, 6 sixes, one 150 plus partnership with his opener partner Aakash Chopra and a 300-plus stand with Sachin Tendulkar. With the help of this mammoth knock by Sehwag, India won the match by an innings and 52 runs.