Kane Williamson smashes back-to-back hundreds: Kane Williamson, the senior player of New Zealand (New Zealand) who came back to the team after recovering from injury, is bursting with consecutive centuries. Kane’s uncle, who is in a fierce form, scored two centuries in a row and wrote many records in his name. Williamson scored a century in both innings in the first Test against South Africa at home. Kane Williamson roared with a century in the first innings of the first Test being held at Bay Oval. Kane’s uncle, who entertained with a class innings, created a new record with his 30th century.
Later, he scored a century in the second innings as well and wrote 31 centuries in his name in the longest format. Counter-attacking the South African bowlers, he scored 109 runs in 132 balls with 12 fours and one six. The star player thus registered his 31st century in the longest format.
Kane’s uncle, who has already surpassed the record of 29 centuries held by Indian star Virat Kohli, cricket legend and former Australian player Don Bradman, now England’s former captain Joe Root has broken the record . Williamson broke Joe Root’s record of 30 centuries. If he scores another century, this Kiwis ex-captain will stand in front of Australia’s run machine Steve Smith. Smith is currently on top with 32 centuries. Kane became the second player to score three-figure scores in Tests.
Will the match continue…
In this match, Rachin Ravindra (240) exploded with a double century.. Williamson (118) gave the team a huge score with a century. After that, the Kiwis, who limited the Safaris to 162 runs, are playing aggressively in the second innings. New Zealand’s lead crossed 500 runs with Williamson’s century. At the end of the third day, New Zealand scored 179 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Tom Bundel and Daryl Mitchell at the crease. Kiwis currently have a huge lead of 528 runs. It is beyond the power of South Africa to overcome this.
Masaka era will come..?
Young stars are making their mark in the Under-19 World Cup. Musheer Khan is already creating records on behalf of India with consecutive centuries. Now the South African bowler has written a new history. South African pace bowler Kwena Maphaka has set a record that is not possible for any cricketer in the history of Under-19 World Cup. Masaka achieved this feat by taking six wickets in the match against Sri Lanka. This is Masaka’s third five-wicket haul in this World Cup. No bowler has taken three five-wicket hauls in a single edition so far in the history of the Under-19 World Cup.