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Double troubleSteven LynchApril 22, 2014
How often has a batsman been run out in both innings of a Test match? asked Kazi Mohammad Firoze Hassan from Bangladesh
This has happened 24 times now, most recently to New Zealand's Stephen Fleming, against Zimbabwe in Wellington in December 2000.
Mark Taylor, the former Australia captain, was run out in both innings of a match twice, as was his long-time team-mate Ian Healy. Perhaps the unluckiest of all was the West Indian fast bowler John Trim - against Australia in Melbourne in 1951-52 he bagged a pair, run out in both innings.
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