Giving the best performance in the Test cricket on Friday between New Zealand and West Indies, Kane Williamson makes a double century.

With the West Indies a tough time, the New Zealand Captain and skipper Kane Williamson performed his career’s best. On Friday he reached an impressive 251 as the hosts posted an imposing 519/7 declared on day two of the first Test against the West Indies in Hamilton. It was also the Captain’s highest Test score of his career.

Williamson went on to hit two fours and a six from consecutive balls from Kemar Roach. He was allowed a dramatic reprieve when he was about to walk from the ground when the television umpire intervened and called no-ball, indicating Roach had over-stepped. He was able to show off his extraordinary talent and nature on Friday while giving his best for the Kiwis. Williamson remained poised, relaxed, immovable, and fully in command while his partners came and went.

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