New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson has a great series against India; he became only the 2nd batsman in ODIs to score five fifties in all five matches’ series. The other batsman is Yasir Hameed of Pakistan, to achieve this feat, who hit one century and four fifties in five matches’ series against kiwis in 2003-04. Kane Williamson is also fourth New Zealand batsman to hit five or more consecutive fifties in ODI’s. The other batsmen are Andrew Jones, Roger Twose and Martin Guptil to do the feat it. His five fifties are also the most fifty plus scores by a New Zealand batsman in a bilateral series. He managed 361 runs in the series are the highest by a New Zealand batsman in a bilateral ODI series, the previous record held by Nathan Astle who scored 351 runs against Zimbabwe in 1997-98. Ross Taylor made 343 runs in the series is the third highest in this list.  Kane-Williamson-of-New-Zealand-makes-his-run-during-the-One-Day-International-match2

Sarfraz Ahmad 2nd Test Hundred Against Australia at Dubai in Oct 2014.

Pakistan wicket keeper batsman Sarfraz Ahmed got to his century in 80 balls against Australia at Dubai actually is the fourth fastest by a Pakistan batsman. The record is held by Majid Khan who scored a hundred off 74 balls against New Zealand in 1976. However, Boom Boom Shahid Afridi has scored two 78-ball hundreds. Across countries, this is the 18th fastest century in Tests where balls-faced data is available. Moreover one number of wicketkeepers who have made a faster Test hundred than Sarfraz. Who is none other than Adam Gilchrist scored a 57-ball hundred versus England at Perth in 2006. Whereas Safraz’s innings was the 12th time a wicketkeeper posted a 100-plus score at a 100-plus strike rate in Tests, with seven of those being by Gilchrist.

Safraz's innings was the 12th time a wicketkeeper posted a 100-plus score at a 100-plus strike rate in Tests, with seven of those being by Gilchrist.

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