Kane Williamson Equal Virat Kohli Test Centuries Hit 29th

Kane Williamson made history during New Zealand-Bangladesh’s inaugural Test match at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium on November 29 by scoring his 29th Test century – becoming only the second Kiwi ever to make four consecutive centuries in Test innings and achieve this feat within just one game.

Kane Williamson has scored his 29th test century! New Zealand cricket tweeted after Kane made history, noting how this mark made him only the second New Zealander, after Andrew Jones, to score three consecutive test centuries in three separate innings.

Kane Williamson equalled Indian batsman Virat Kohli’s Test century by scoring his 29th red ball ton in the 95th match – 16 less than Kohli, who reached 100 numbers through 111 innings against West Indies.

Additionally, Williamson equalled Don Bradman’s total tally, which consisted of 29 test tons from 52 matches, when he retired.

Taijul’s score of 104 out of 205 balls proved to be the match-winner for Williamson, who scored his fourth consecutive hundred in Test Cricket after notching up three against England and Sri Lanka earlier this year. Williamson made his New Zealand debut in 2010 and is the leading run-scorer with 11 test centuries.

On Day 2, Bangladeshi bowlers came to the rescue of Kiwi batters after they had all been bowled out for only 310 runs, only managing to dismiss three batters for 98 on Day 2. Williamson and Daryll Mitchell both batted patiently to add runs.

After an excellent partnership of 66 runs with Mitchell, who scored 41 runs, Taijul Islam claimed four wickets during Day 2, including bowling Williamson, who had just reached his century and found it difficult to score runs himself. New Zealand finished Day 2 on 266/8.

New Zealand’s Batting All-Rounder Glenn Phillips Takes Four Wickets In The First Game To Limit Bangladesh To 310

NZ vs BAN: Najmul Hossain Shanto, Bangladesh’s captain, won the toss and chose to bat. Mahmudul Joy (86), batting at number four in their top-order batting lineup, made an outstanding half-century to set the pace for their hosts.

Najmul Hassain (37), Mominul (37), Nurul (29) and several other batters all started but failed to score runs.

Bangladesh was bowled entirely out for just 310 in just 85.1 overs, thanks to four wickets taken by Glenn Phillips – an offspinner from New Zealand who took part-time off spinner bowler Glenn Phillips finished up as their premier offspinner; Kyle Jamieson and Ajaz Patel both taking two each.

New Zealand replied by posting 266/8 in 84 Overs at Stumps on Day 2, led by Kane Williamson, who scored an outstanding century.

Daryl Mitchell (41) and Glenn Phillips (42) also played some notable innings. Kyle Jamieson (7*), Tim Southee (*) and Glenn Phillips (42) all managed to bat until play was stopped due to poor lighting on Day 2.


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