Brendon Mccullum Scores The Fastest Test Hundred, Breaks The World Record On His Last Test Match!

Maverick New Zealand Batsman Brendon Mccullum scored the fastest century in the history of Test Cricket against Australlia at Hagley Oval in the ongoing series, February, 2016 . What was more special was the fact that he emulated this feat in his farewell test match. We wonder if there could be a better end to a career than this.

Brendon Mccullum with this century broke the joint record of the West Indian Legend Vivian Richards and Pakistan Skipper Misbah-Ul-Haq’s. Brendon literally slaughtered the Australian pace attack in his 101st Test Match and reached this amazing milestone by hitting a boundary over cover in the bowling of Josh Hazelwood.

The kiwi batsman got a standing ovation from the crowd and was largely appreciated by both the teams. One of the most entertaining Batsman of this era who rose from a ordinary wicket-keeper batsman to one of the most entertaining cricketers in the last half of the decade ended his career on a fantastic note!


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