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NZ vs Pak: Ken Williamson’s great form continues, double-century core Pakistan’s sweat

New Zealand captain Ken Williamson achieved this feat by scoring the fourth double century of his Test career.

New Zealand captain Ken Williamson has continued to sweat in the Christchurch Test. On the third day of the match, he completed the fourth double century of his Test career (Ken Williamson double century). Williamson has scored two double centuries in his last three Tests. With this double century, he equaled the record for most double centuries in New Zealand Test cricket. Read more – Match Highlights NZ v Pak, Second Test, Day 2: Ken Williamson and Henry Nichols Respond to New Zealand

Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum had a maximum of 4 double centuries for New Zealand before Kane Williamson. Now both the players are jointly in the first place. The third double century of his career with Williamson came when he recently scored 251 in the Hamilton Test against the West Indies. This is the third consecutive century in the last 3 Tests, from which he has converted it into his own double century. Read more – NZ vs PAK: Kane Williamson’s great form continues with a century in the third Test in a row

Today, when Williamson completed his double century, the 139th over of the Kiwi innings was in progress. Shaheen Afridi made 1 run off the fourth ball of this over and completed his double century. McCallum was also giving a speech at this time and he called him a ‘genius’ in praise of Williamson. Read more – Christchurch Test: Listen to Pakistani cricketer’s advice on capturing stump mic, what did Nasim Shah say to Mohammad Abbas

However, in this Test series and this match, Pakistan is still 1-0 in the second Test, after a total of 297 runs in the first innings of bad bad Pakistan, the Kiwis have lost 5 wickets and scored 5776 runs as of this writing. Captain Ken Williamson scored 234, Darrell Mitchell 57 and froze at the crease.

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