New Delhi: There has been a storm in Test cricket. In the three-match Test series played between England and New Zealand, a batsman made such a ruckus that the world was stunned. New Zealand batsman Daryl Mitchell scored his third consecutive century in the third match against England, while scoring a half-century in the second innings. He scored a total of 538 runs in this series. His average was 107.60. During this he played 1067 balls. He also scored three centuries and two half-centuries.
Hit many stylish fours
During the third match, Mitchell hit many stylish fours and sixes. On the delivery of Ben Stokes, he hit a brilliant boundary between the slip and the wicketkeeper in the reverse sweep. He hit 9 fours in the second innings.
Daryl Mitchell broke the 73-year-old record for the most runs by a New Zealand batsman during a Test series against England when he scored 109 at Headingley on Friday. His third century in the three-match series took him to 482 runs, 20 more runs scored by Martin Donnelly in 1949. He also became the fourth batsman in the world to have a partnership of 100 plus runs with Tom Blundle on the fourth day of the third Test.
31-year-old Daryl has scored 776 runs in 15 innings of 11 Tests. He has 112 runs in three matches of ODIs. In 20 T20 Internationals, Daryl has scored 392 runs at an average of 21.77. He also has two wickets in Tests and 6 wickets in T20s.
first published:June 26, 2022, 10:35 p.m.