Published On: Sun, Feb 21st, 2016

New Zealand Test Captain Brendon Mccullum Hits The Fastest Century In The History Of Test Cricket


Christchurch: New Zealand Test Captain Brendon McCullum has hit the fastest test in the history of the Test cricket on just 54 balls against Australia and breaks the record of Viv Richard and Misbah Ul Haq.



New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum is famous for some kind of blast hitting of the cricket ball in not only in the T20 cricket but also in the One day Cricket as well, but now the situation is also very different because he also hit the fastest century in the test Cricket which is so much difficult.

He has made the century in the 2nd test against Australia which is fastest in the history of test cricket.

When he came at the crease the New Zealand was 32 for the then He immediately attack on the Australian Bowlers and He changed the History of test cricket but hitting the fastest century and it was also against the Strongest team of the Cricket, Australia and also break the record of West Indian Former Captain VIV Richard and captain of Pakistan Test cricket team Misbah ul Haq.

He made century on 54 balls while previous record was on the 55 balls that of VIV Richard and Misbah Ul Haq and McCullum made 145 runs in this inning and the whole team departs on 370 it is not a big but the contribution of the McCullum matters in this inning because the Bowling attack of Australia was very Good.

Sir VIV Richard made his fastest century against England while the fastest century of Misbah ul Haq was also against Australia in UAE and there centuries was on 55 balls respectively so it is the lucky and so good day for McCullum. Well done buddy.