Brendon McCullum hits fastest Test century

New Zealand Captain and Skipper Brendon McCullum has smashed the fastest ever Test century off only 54 balls.

He achieved this feat on in his final international match on day one of the Second Test Match between Australia and New Zealand at Christchurch.

With this, he broke previous record held by Viv Richards (West Indies) in 1986  and Misbah-ul-Haq (Pakistan) in 2014 made in 56 balls. In this match, he cracked total four sixes and 16 fours to post in his Second Test ton against Australia.

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