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Brendon McCullum missed the world record for the fastest double ton in Test

Written By Nila on Friday, December 26, 2014 | 1:22 AM

Christ Church, which began today in the first Test against Sri Lanka and New Zealand. Captain Brendon McCullum scored 195 in 134 balls missed the world record for the fastest double ton in Test.

He completed the quickest Test century in 74 balls for a New Zealand. A month ago, the percentage of high-speed record set by McCollum, who broke today.

Nathan Austin 153 balls double ton against England in 2002 has been the world record in Test.

The first aggressive openers Brendon McCullum showed today. Sri Lankan bowlers Mine Lakmal, Eranka, Prasad, kavusal 3 debut spinner could not control McClellan

195 runs in 134 balls with 18 fours in which lambasted McCollum, 11 sixes to deflate. A total score of 138 from centuries.

The 21-year-old off-spinner Kavusal take McCullum wicket. He has given 121 runs in 16 overs so far. The only consolation he was the wicket taker of McCullum in last.

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