His experienced batsman Ross Taylor played a key role in New Zealand’s ODI series victory. He scored 194 runs in three matches. This included a century and a half-century. The amazing thing is that during this time he was out only once.
By the way, the first match of the series will also be special for Taylor. This will be his 100th Test match. With this, Taylor will become the first cricketer to play 100 international matches in all three formats.
Taylor played his 100th match during the T20 International series against India. He has scored 1909 runs in 100 T20Is. His strike rate is 122.68. At the same time, he has scored 8570 runs in 231 ODIs. Taylor has so far scored 7174 runs in 99 Tests at an average of 46.28.
The record of playing the most Test and ODI international matches is in the name of Sachin Tendulkar of India. Sachin played 200 Tests and 463 One Day Internationals. Rohit Sharma has played 108 T20 Internationals and is the most played player in this format.