When Brendon McCullum played an explosive round in Test, IPL was called back

New Delhi: Today is a special day for Kolkata Knight Riders head coach and former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum. Brendon McCullum had set the fastest century record in test cricket that day. McCullum did it against Australia in just 54 balls.

The job was done in the last career test

The peculiarity of this magnificent round of Brendon McCullum was that he had made this record century during his last Test. Brendon McCullum did this great feat against Australia in Christchurch. At that point, New Zealand was struggling to lose three wickets for 32 races. Then Brendon McCullum came along and created a storm on the ground. New Zealand scored 370 thanks to McCullum’s innings. However, Australia won this match due to the centuries of Joe Burns and Usman Khawaja.

Broke Misbah and Richards’ record

Prior to Brendon McCullum, the century’s fastest test cricket record was named after former Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq and West Indies legend Sir Vivian Richards. Misbah and Richards have scored centuries in 56-ball cricket testing. However McCullum broke this record two balls before that.

McCullum is the head coach of KKR

Brandon McCullum is currently the head coach of the IPL Kolkata Knight Riders franchise team. McCullum also has great memories with KKR. McCullum had played an exceptional century of 158 runs in the IPL’s first game in 2008, playing for KKR. McCullum is expected to win KKR his third IPL title this year.