Friend overtakes Virat Kohli, also breaks Don Bradman’s record, hits 5th century in last 9 innings

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Friend overtakes Virat Kohli, also breaks Don Bradman’s record, hits 5th century in last 9 innings

New Delhi. Former New Zealand cricket team captain Kane Williamson has made a brilliant comeback after injury. He scored a century in the first Test being played against South Africa at Mount Maunganui. With this he broke the record of former Australian legend Don Bradman.

This is the 30th century of Williamson’s Test career and in this matter he has gone ahead of Bradman. Bradman has scored 29 centuries in his Test career. Not only this, Williamson has also left behind his best friend Virat Kohli (29 centuries).

Williamson scored his 17th century at home
This is Kane Williamson’s fourth century against South Africa and 17th at home. Williamson is in great form at the moment. He has scored 5 centuries in the last 9 innings. At present, Williamson has an average of more than 55 in Tests and is number-1 in the Test rankings.

Equaled the route included in Fab-4
In the first Test against South Africa, Williamson completed his fifty facing 143 balls and then scored his fourth century in 241 balls. During this he hit 13 fours. With this century, Williamson joined the Fab-4 and also equaled Joe Root’s record of 30 centuries. Australian captain Steve Smith has the maximum number of 32 centuries in the Fab Four.

Williamson also added 219 runs with Rachin
Kane Williamson also made an important partnership with Rachin Ravindra for the third wicket on the first day of the Mount Maunganui Test. Rachin and Williamson added 219 unbeaten runs. Rachin also scored his first century in Tests while batting at number four. New Zealand scored 258 runs at the loss of 2 wickets on the first day. For South Africa, debutant Tshepo Morki and Dan Patterson took one wicket each. Tom Latham and Devon Conway were out cheaply. Latham could score 20 and Conway could score only 1 run.


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