Brendon McCullum breaks fastest Test century record: Brendon McCullum is a great player of all format of cricket. He is the current captain of New Zealand in all three forms of the international game. He played for the Kolkata Knight Riders , while in between he played for the Kochi Tuskers Kerala. He played for the Chennai Super Kings as well . McCullum was a wicket-keeper until 2013, and is known for his fast scoring rate.
As we all know, Brendon loves to hit each and every ball more often, that made him to achieve the fastest century in 101st test and final match for New Zealand before retiring. The Kiwi Captain did this in just 54 balls to achieve his 12th Century by powerful batting against Australia on the first day of the second Test.
Brendon McCullum beat the mark of 56 balls set by West Indies great Sir Viv Richards against England in 1986, and equalled by Pakistan’s Misbah-ul-Haq in 2014. Now he become the ultimate fastest ton batsmen.
Brendon McCullum said, “I was trying to hit every ball for four or six,” and he also talk about previous record holder Sir Vivian Richards . He said, “Viv was my idol growing up, he was an incredible cricketer. I’m almost a little bit of embarrassed to go past him, to be honest.”