A two-match Test series is being played between New Zealand and Pakistan. In the second match of this series, Kiwi team Captain Kane Williamson has scored his fourth double century. He has hit three centuries in three consecutive matches, while he hit a double century in the second consecutive series.
At the same time, among the batsmen currently playing Test cricket, Kane Williamson has become the second batsman to hit the highest double century after Indian captain Virat Kohli.
Kane completed his double-century in 327 balls:
Right-handed batsman Kane Williamson completed his fourth double century in 327 balls. With this, he became the first batsman to score four double centuries in Test cricket for the New Zealand team in the fewest innings.
Williamson completed 7000 runs in Test cricket:
Kane Williamson has also completed 7,000 Test runs in this match. Similarly, he has become the third cricketer from New Zealand to score 7,000 runs in Test cricket. Prior to him, Brandon McCullum and Ross Taylor have achieved this feat. Kane Williamson was batting at 237 runs in the second Test match against Pakistan, while Daryl Mitchell was unbeaten on 58. At the same time, the Kiwi team had a lead of 284 runs against Pakistan.
Williamson tops the list of ICC Test rankings:
Kane Williamson, who achieved the number one spot in the latest ICC Test rankings, completed his century in 140 balls against Pakistan in the second Test match. Williamson scored a century against the West Indies and against Pakistan in the first match of the same series. He had scored 251 runs against West Indies while 129 runs against Pakistan.
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