Corey Anderson (New Zealand) tore apart the bowling attack of the West Indies and created a new world record in ODI cricket by plundering a ton on 36 balls.
The 23 year-old middle order batsman of New Zealand, Corey Anderson, broke the record of the fastest ODI hundred in the 3rd game vs. West Indies at Queenstown.
A brilliant innings from the West Indian all rounder, Darren Sammy, brought his team an astonishing win against the Black Caps in a low scoring encounter.
The Black Caps Bulldozed the Windies in the third Test after another depleted batting performance by the visitors who lost the encounter with a big margin.
The left arm pacer of New Zealand, Trent Boult, achieved his career’s best bowling figures of 10-80 vs. West Indies who faced an innings defeat in the 2nd Test.
The Black Caps tightened their grip against the Windies after posting a mammoth 1st innings score followed by grasping four top order wickets in the 2nd Test.
The star middle order batsman of New Zealand, Ross Taylor, continued with his blistering form and plundered another ton in the second Test against West Indies.
New Zealand was deprived of a possible victory against the visiting West Indies as continuous rain finished the game in a draw just before the tea interval.
A classic maiden double hundred from the top order batsman of West Indies averted the danger of innings defeat for his team in the opening Test vs. New Zealand.
The dismal batting performance from the West Indian batsmen continued in New Zealand as well when they were forced to follow on in the first Test.