While Adam Gilchrist failed to take his side home despite making a sedate 92 against West Indies at Bombay, he however reached a rare landmark in ODIs when he edged Ian Bradshaw through slips to have his fourth boundary of the innings. He became only the third man on the planet to hit 1,000 fours in an ODI career. Only India’s Sachin Tendulkar and Sri Lanka’s Sanath Jayasuriya have crossed the 1,000 barrier before him.
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