Kane Williamson becomes quickest batsman in test cricket to reach 32 test hundreds

Second Test between New Zealand and South Africa: On Friday, Kane Williamson led New Zealand’s pursuit after hitting a game-changing hundred on a challenging pitch in Hamilton. He broke Steve Smith’s record to become the fastest person to reach 32 Test hundreds.

On Day 4 of the second Test on Friday, former captain Kane Williamson extended his incredible run of form in the home Test series against South Africa by hitting a potentially game-winning century. On a challenging field at Seddon Park in Hamilton, Williamson single-handedly led New Zealand’s chase of 267. He turned the tide in favor of the host team after the inexperienced visiting side grabbed a lead in the first innings and appeared to be securing an unlikely victory.

Kane Williamson becomes the quickest to 32 test hundreds

In the last session of Day 2 of the 2nd Test, Kane Williamson reached his century in 203 balls while appearing cool and collected. He was leading New Zealand’s chase and gradually eroding the Proteas’ aspirations. None of the other batsmen scored more than thirty runs after the former captain reached his three-figure total, and New Zealand was within striking distance of victory.

The World No. 1 Test batsman, Kane Williamson, has proved a major obstacle to South Africa’s chances in the series. This was his third hundred in the previous four innings. He became the fifth hitter from New Zealand to make two hundreds in a Test match when he opened the series with scores of 118 and 109 in the opening Test.

Before being dismissed by off-spinner Dane Piedt after hitting a resolute 43 in the first inning of Hamilton, he did not give up in the last innings. The Seddon Park crowd applauded the brave attempt with the bat and was rightfully up on their feet. Although it was difficult to get runs in Hamilton on Friday, Williamson gave South Africa a hard time with his all-out effort.

In addition, Kane Williamson tied Australian greats Steve Smith and Steve Waugh with his 32nd century in a Test match.
In addition, Kane Williamson broke Steve Smith’s record by being the fastest person to reach 32 Test hundreds.


Kane Williamson in 172 Innings

Steve Smith in 174 Innings

Ricky Ponting in 176 Innings

Sachin Tendulkar in 179 Innings

Younis Khan in 183 Innings

Will Young, who maintained one end and ensured the hosts did not collapse as they did in the first innings, provided strong assistance to Kane Williamson. But the ex-captain was not in the mood to reveal it.

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