June 6 or D-Day as it is better known as is an important day in history. On this day in 1944, the allied forces launched a combined naval, air and land assault on Nazi-occupied France – an event that would change the course of World War 2.However, in the sports calendar too, the day has witnessed some major events that would forever be etched in the history books as a few sports stars, just like the allied forces, went on a rampage against their respective oppositions.Here’s a chronological timetable of events that occurred on this day in sports history.Brian Lara’s 501On the 50th anniversary of the D-Day in 1994, West Indies legend Brian Charles Lara played an immortal innings of 501 not out – the highest individual score in the history of first-class cricket. Lara, who also holds the record for the highest score in Test cricket with an astonishing 400 not out, surpassed the then record of 499 by Pakistan’s Hanif Mohammad’s while playing for Warwickshire against Durham at Edgbaston. Paes-Bhupathi create historyImage Courtesy: ReutersJune 6, 1999 is a special day in the history of Indian tennis. Two of the country’s greatest sporting heroes, Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi, became the first 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 doubles final.Birth of Ajinkya RahaneImage Courtesy: ReutersThe prolific Mumbai batsman who would later be part of the core group of the Indian batting’s middle order, Ajinkya Rahane was born on this day in 1988. Rahane made over 1,000 runs in only his second Ranji Trophy season to play a crucial part in Mumbai’s title winning campaign in 2008-09. Since making his Test debut for India in 2013, Rahane went on to become one of the country’s most trusted batsmen overseas. In the 22 Test matches he has played so far, Rahane has scored 1619 runs at an average of 44.97. He also has made 2093 runs in 67 One-day internationals at an average of 33.22.Barcelona win TrebleImage Courtesy: ReutersadvertisementSpanish giants Barcelona won the Champions League for the fourth time in a decade on June 6, 2015 with a 3-1 victory over Juventus to complete the treble – La Liga, Copa del Rey and UEFA Champions League.Uruguay striker Luis Suarez scored Barcelona’s second in the 68th minute after Lionel Messi’s shot was palmed away by goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. Neymar had a goal disallowed for handball but, with the final going into a seventh minute of stoppage time, the Brazil striker found time to score again and this time it counted.