On this day: Brian Lara’s immortal 501 and Paes-Bhupathi’s historic triumph


June 6 or D-Day as it is also called is an essential day ever. On this day in 1944, the partnered powers propelled a consolidated maritime, air and land ambush on Nazi-involved France – an occasion that would change the course of World War 2.


Be that as it may, in the games timetable as well, the day has seen some significant occasions that would everlastingly be scratched in the history books as a couple sports stars, much the same as the partnered powers, went out of control against their separate resistances.


Here's a sequential timetable of occasions that happened on this day in games history.


On the 50th commemoration of the D-Day in 1994, West Indies legend Brian Charles Lara played an interminable innings of 501 not out – the most noteworthy individual score ever class cricket. Lara, who additionally holds the record for the most astounding score in Test cricket with a shocking 400 not out, surpassed the then record of 499 by Pakistan's Hanif Mohammad's while playing for Warwickshire against Durham at Edgbaston.


June 6, 1999 is an extraordinary day ever. Two of the nation's most noteworthy wearing saints, Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi, turned into the primary Indian pair to win a Grand Slam by beating the Croat-American pair of Goran Ivanisevic and Jeff Tarango 6-2, 7-5 in French Open men's duplicates last.