Brendon McCullum Fastest Test Century Full Video 145 off 79 Balls Ball by Ball Details

Brendon McCullum Fastest Test Century Full Video 145 off 79 Balls Ball by Ball Details :- New Zealand captain and wicket keeper batsman Brendon McCullum creates history on 20 Feb 2016 by scoring the fastest century in test cricket as the Kiwi iconic player took on 54 balls to reach his 12th ton. Well this innings is also a very special one for Brendon because this is his farewell match after that he will only play in domestic cricketing contests like IPL and Georgie Pie Super Smash.

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The New Zealand captain, playing his 101st and final test, reached his 12th test century from just 54 balls as he and Corey Anderson bludgeoned the visitors’ attack in a scintillating 75 minutes after lunch at Hagley Oval.

McCullum was dismissed for 145 when Nathan Lyon took a good catch in the deep to end a 179-run partnership with Anderson, who reached his fourth test half-century from 39 balls and was dismissed for 72 shortly before tea.

McCullum was also brilliantly caught when on 39 with Marsh’s one-handed effort in the gully, but television replays showed fast bowler James Pattinson had overstepped the mark and the captain was reprieved.

The 34-year-old then went into all-out attack mode, reaching his century 24 balls later with his 16th boundary. Brendon McCullum leves Viv Richards and Misbah-ul-Haq who took 56 balls each to score tast hundreds.

Below are the complete details of Bredon McCullum memorable test innings against Australia in which he scored 145 off 79 balls :

Players Name – Brendon McCullum
Runs – 145
Balls – 79
Fours – 21
Sixes – 6
Strike Rate – 183.54
Wicket – (c)c N Lyon b Pattinson

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