NZ vs SA: Kane Williamson scored a century in the second innings of the first test, has achieved this big achievement


New Zealand team's veteran batsman Kane Williamson has achieved a big achievement by scoring a century in the second innings of the first Test match against South Africa at Mount Maunganui.

Kane Williamson, who left behind great Australian batsman Sir Don Bradman and Indian batsman Virat Kohli in terms of centuries on the basis of his century innings of 118 runs in the first innings, has also played a century innings of 109 runs in the second innings. This is Kane Williamson's 31st century in Test cricket. With this century, he reached second place in the list of players who have scored the most centuries among active players.

He left England's Joe Root behind, who has scored 30 Test centuries. The Kiwi team has taken a lead of 528 runs in the match against South Africa. By the end of the third day's play, New Zealand had scored 179 runs at the loss of 4 wickets in their second innings.

PC: espncricinfo

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