Some incredible records made in England vs New Zealand series, take a look

Some incredible records made in England vs New Zealand series, take a look

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25 Jun 2022
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The England vs New Zealand Test series has been different in many respects. Whether it is bowling or batting, records were made and broken in this series. Let’s take a look at some of the records made in the England vs New Zealand series.

Daryl Mitchell has become the first New Zealand player to score three Test centuries in a series against England. Simultaneously, Mitchell also became the first New Zealander to score three Test centuries in a series away from home.

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In addition, he has now become the sixth player to score a century in three consecutive Tests in a series against England – and the first to do so after India’s Rahul Dravid in 2002. Charles McCartney for Australia in 1926, Don Bradman for Australia in 1930 and 1938, David Boon for Australia in 1993 and Brian Lara for West Indies in 1995.

Jamie Overton’s 89 not out is the highest score for a player batting at No. Had he scored a century, he would become the second man to score a century and take a wicket on Test debut for England – after W. G. Grace in 1880.

Alex Lees, Jack Crowley and Ollie Pope all went bowling on Friday. The last time England’s top three were all bowled in a single Test innings was in March 1994 – when Mike Atherton, Alec Stewart and Mark Ramprakash were bowled against West Indies at Georgetown. Jack Leach is the first England spinner to take a five-wicket haul in a Test innings at Headingley since Graeme Swann against New Zealand in 2013.

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It was Leach’s first five-for at home and third of his career overall – after taking one in Sri Lanka in 2018 and 2021. When Ben Stokes hit his third ball for a six off Tim Southee, it was his 100th six in Tests – he has moved up to second place behind Australia’s Adam Gilchrist.

Now only England’s current Test coach Brendon McCullum is ahead of him – he was known for hitting 107 sixes in 176 innings for New Zealand in his Test career. Stokes has played 151 innings so far and Gilchrist took 137 innings. McCullum also hit 776 fours, Stokes 635 and Gilchrist 677 fours.

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