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Was McCullum's 302 the ultimate innings?

Last updated 11:50 18/02/2014
Brendon McCullum
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SMASHED IT: Brendon McCullum in action in Wellington.

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Black Caps captain Brendon McCullum's record-breaking innings against India has mixed incredible willpower with sublime skill.

He has spent two days at the crease, battling back and shoulder problems along the way to rescue New Zealand from certain defeat.

But where does it sit in the pantheon? How does it compare to Brian Lara's 400 not out or Mathew Hayden's 380?

Was this the greatest show at the crease or is there a better moment in your memory?

And does this outstanding effort finally quell the questions over MCullum's captaincy?

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