Mumbai: What's common between Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman apart from the fact that they are all legendary batsmen? All have yet to score a Test hundred at Lord's.
Everyone will be holding their breath when the Indian trio set foot on the Mecca of cricket in the first Test against England on July 21. The game is the 2000th Test match in the history of the game and the 100th England vs India Test. As for Tendulkar, a hundred here would take his international centuries' tally to 100.
However, former India captain Dilip Vengsarkar, the only Indian to score three Test tons at Lord's, wants Tendulkar & Co to avoid getting weighed down by the fact that they have no Lord's Test ton to show in their celebrated record sheet.