A big record has been registered in the name of New Zealand ahead of the ICC World Test Championship final against India starting on June 18.
The Kiwi team has registered this record in the second match of the Test series against England. In their first innings of the second Test being played at Edgbaston, three Kiwi batsmen were dismissed between 80 and 89. This has happened for the sixth time in the history of Test cricket.
The record has been recorded in the name of New Zealand because for the first time in the history of Test cricket, the second, third and fourth number batsmen of a team have scored between 80-89.
Devon Conway, who was the second batsman of the opening pair in New Zealand's innings, contributed 80 runs, batsman Will Young at number three contributed 82 and experienced batsman Ross Taylor at number four contributed 80 runs.