Kane Williamson surpassed Ross Taylor to become New Zealand’s most Test run-scorer. Williamson accomplished this accomplishment in the second Test against England in Wellington.
Kane Williamson, made history by becoming the country’s top run-scorer in red-ball cricket, overtaking his old teammate Ross Taylor.
Williamson accomplished this accomplishment on Day 4 of the second Test against England in Wellington. Continuing from his overnight score of 25, it only took him one delivery to attain the milestone. He receive plaudits from both the audience and his teammates in the locker room.
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In a special post, Ross Taylor congratulates Williamson
Ross Taylor, who previously held the record for most Test runs score for his nation for many years, lavish accolades on Williamson. He also rush to the microblogging site Twitter to congratulate Williamson on his extraordinary achievement
“Congratulations, Kane, on being New Zealand’s leading Test run-scorer. In addition, This accomplishment is a credit to your hard work and devotion to Test Cricket, which I witnessed for many years. Many more to come, “The 38-year-old captioned her image with a red wine emoji.
Williamson has a total of 7787 Test runs to his name. His innings has helped New Zealand gain a lead in the current Test match, as England has asked the Kiwis to follow-on. Moreover New Zealand will try to reclaim some respect by winning the Wellington Test.
The elegant right-handed hitter had a difficult period in the series. This accomplishment will undoubtedly inspire him to rediscover his mojo.
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