Test centuries in last 5 days: There have been many centuries in Test cricket in the last five days. Almost three Test matches are played simultaneously these days. In this, the fourth and final Test between India and Australia, the first Test between New Zealand and Sri Lanka and the second Test of the series between South Africa and West Indies took place. A total of 8 centuries have been scored so far in all these matches.
Test matches between New Zealand, Sri Lanka, South Africa and West Indies ended in these matches. Meanwhile, the last match between India and Australia is left. The first Australian batsman Usman Khawaja scored a century in these matches. He scored 180 runs in the match against India. After this, Cameron Green scored his first Test century against India. He played an innings of 114 runs.
Centuries were recorded in the remaining two matches.
In the match between Sri Lanka and New Zealand teams, Sri Lankan batsman Angelo Mathews scored 115 runs in the second innings, then in the match between South Africa and West Indies, South Africa captain Temba Bavuma was dismissed with 172 runs. . Then Daryl Mitchell scored 102 runs in the New Zealand-Sri Lanka match.
Kohli scored 28th century in Tests
In the ongoing Test match between India and Australia, Shubman Gill scored 128 runs in the first innings and registered his second Test century. After this Virat Kohli registered a Test century after a long wait. He scored his 28th Test century with 186 runs.
Williamson gave New Zealand the win with a century
In the end, former New Zealand captain Kane Williamson scored a century to win his team. He played an innings of 121* runs with the help of 11 fours and 1 six. With the victory of New Zealand, Team India once again reached the final of the World Test Championship.
A total of 8 Test centuries in the last five days
- Usmana Khawaja vs India – 180 runs.
- Cameron Green vs India – 114 runs.
- Angelo Mathews vs New Zealand – 115 runs.
- Temba Bavuma vs West Indies – 172 runs.
- Daryl Mitchell vs Sri Lanka – 102 runs.
- Shubman Gill vs Australia – 128 runs.
- Virat Kohli vs Australia – 186 runs.
- Kane Williamson vs Sri Lanka – 121* runs.