Wellington. New Zealand's middle-order batsmen Ross Taylor (200) put on 18th Test century on the fourth day of the second Test against Bangladesh, but instead of being happy after applying the Century, he was a former New Zealand captain and one of the world's finest cricketers, Martin Crowe Apologized to Taylor sought this apology because he took a lot of time to fulfill some of Crowe's words. This match was won by the New Zealand team by an innings and 12 runs. Ross Taylor, who made 200 in the match, was selected as Player of the Match.
For this reason Taylor apologized
– After seeing Ross Taylor's batting and his predictions, former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe had said a few years ago that "Taylor will break my 17 Test Centuries one day." In March 2016, he died due to cancer. During the illness, Crowe told teller like his son.
– Ross Taylor made 17th Century of his Test career in December 2017. After that, it took 15 months to break the record of Martin Crowe by putting 18th Century. He apologized to Crow because of taking so much time.
– Taylor said, "I told late Crow to forgive me. I took so much time to reach here. Reaching out to 17th Century was a relief to me. After this I could not play as expected. " Taylor said, "When I started playing cricket, the 17th Century was a huge number for me. Getting here was going to bring relief for me. '
– Taylor has scored 6727 runs in 92 Tests at an average of 47 in his Test career. It includes 18 Century and 30 Fifty. At the same time, Crowe scored 5444 runs in 77 Tests at an average of 45. Which includes 17 Century and 18 Fifty. Explain that in the captaincy of Crowe only New Zealand team reached the 1992 World Cup semi-final.
Bangladesh- 211 and 209
New Zealand – 432/6 Declare
Result-innings and New Zealand win by 12 runs