Skipper Kane Williamson scored 251, his third double century and highest score, prior to making a confident presentation at 519-7 Friday on the second day of the first cricket test against the West Indies.
Williamson sat tight for allrounder Kyle Jamieson to post his lady 50 years prior to pronouncing with about d26 overs left in the day’s play.
At stumps the West Indies, hit by minor wounds to batsman Darren Bravo and wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich, were 49 without loss.Openers Kraigg Braithwaite (20) and John Campbell (22) batted resolutely through the late evening to guarantee the travelers went to stumps without losing a wicket.
The subsequent day was overwhelmed by Williamson’s great innings. He batted right around 10-1/2 hours, struck 34 fours and two sixes and overshadowed his past most noteworthy grade of 242 against Sri Lanka at Wellington in 2015.Williamson is just the third New Zealander after Brendon McCullum and Stephen Fleming to score three twofold hundreds of years in tests.
He continued Friday at 97 not out and arrived at his 22nd century from 224 balls. New Zealand’s directing absolute mounted as he passed 150, at that point 200 from 369 conveyances.
Williamson had a big chance on 221 when he was gotten behind by substitute wicketkeeper Shamarh Brooks from Roach’s bowling. The excusal was annuled when the TV umpire discovered Roach had over-ventured.
Jamieson, whose past most noteworthy score was 49, arrived at his lady 50 years from 62 balls with five fours and two sixes.
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