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June 25, 2006
After the end of the fourth day's play, Brian Lara addressed the media and defended his decision not to enforce the follow-on with the reason that his bowlers were tired. While many believed that the bold and positive decision would have been to enforce the follow-on and go for broke with a day and a session to play, Lara thought otherwise.
VVS Laxman, who scored a painstaking hundred, told reporters that he was glad to have contributed to his team's cause, and praised Anil Kumble for his role in a vital stand down the order. Cricinfo's Siddhartha Vaidyanathan reports from St Kitts. Listen in!
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