New Zealand’s Glenn Phillips created a new Kiwi record in the second match of the T20 series against the West Indies. Phillip scored a century off just 46 balls. He broke Colin Munro’s 47-ball record.
He hit nine fours and 8 sixes in his century. Phillips was dismissed for 51 off 51 balls. He was caught by Subs Walsh off Kieron Pollard.
On Sunday at the ground of Mount Moingui, Phillips took a lot of news of the Caribbean bowlers, scoring the first century of his career. His century and his partnership with Devon Conway helped the Kiwi team score a mammoth score of 238 for 3 wickets. Colin Munro scored a 47-ball century against the West Indies at the same ground in 2018.
Phillips and Conway shared a 184-run partnership for the fourth wicket. It was the biggest partnership for New Zealand at T20 International. Earlier Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson had added 171 * runs against Pakistan in 2016. The two had shared so many runs in the opening partnership.