Taylor took 15 months to finish the 18th century
Taylor played 200 runs against Bangladesh
Sports desk New Zealand middle-order batsman Ross Taylor (200) scored his 18th Test century against Bangladesh on Monday. He apologized to former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe after applying a century Crowe said that one day Taylor will break the record of my Test hundreds. Crowe had 17 centuries in the Test Crow died due to cancer in March 2016. In the captaincy of Crow, the New Zealand team reached the 1992 World Cup semi-finals.
Taylor was placed in the 17th century in December 2017
Taylor said about apologizing, "I told the deceased Crow, forgive me, because I took so much time to reach here, reaching the 17th century was a relief to me, and after that I did not play as expected. Found."
Taylor made the 17th century in December 2017. It took 15 months to break the record of Martin Crowe by putting the 18th century. Taylor said, "When I started playing cricket, the 17th century was a huge number for me, reaching here was a relief for me."
Taylor has scored 6727 runs in 92 Tests at an average of 47 in his Test career. It includes 18 centuries and 30 half-centuries. At the same time, Crowe scored 5444 runs in 77 matches at an average of 45. It has 17 centuries and 18 half-centuries.