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Cameron Green becomes part of this special club with a century, only the 9th player to do so in world cricket – India TV Hindi

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The first day of the first match of the 2-Test series being played between New Zealand and Australia at the Wellington ground was in the name of Australian player Cameron Green. Cameron Green played an important role in getting the Australian team’s innings out of trouble after losing 4 wickets at the score of 89. In which he remained unbeaten till the end of the day’s play and completed his second Test century and put the team in a better position. Also delivered. On the basis of Green’s innings, Australia had scored 279 runs at the loss of 9 wickets at the end of the day’s play. By scoring a century on 29th February, Cameron Green has also become a part of a special club of world cricket.

Green became the 9th player to score a century on 29 February

Once in four years, 29th February comes, which is very special for some players in the cricket world as well. Till now, on this date, only 8 players before Green have been successful in scoring century innings in world cricket. Green has also now become a part of this special club. On 29 February, for the first time in the cricket world, Jim Christie and Bruil Mitchell played century innings. After this, in the year 1936, Jack Fingleton scored a century. Mark Greatbeach did this feat in Test cricket in the year 1988. In the year 2000, former Pakistani team player Younis Khan also scored a century on 29th February, while in the year 2008, Graeme Smith and Neil McKenzie scored centuries with the bat on 29th February in the Chattogram Test match against Bangladesh. If we talk about the players who scored a century on 29 February in the ODI format, then Desmond Haynes in the year 1984 and then Aamer Soleh had played an inning of 111 runs in a match in the year 1996.

Matt Henry showed amazing skills with the ball in the first day’s play.

If we talk about the first day’s play of the Wellington Test match, the Australian team had lost 9 wickets till the score of 279. On behalf of the Kiwi team, the magic of Matt Henry was seen in the bowling, who took 4 wickets in 20 overs, apart from this, William O’Rourke and Scott Kuggeleijn took 2-2 wickets, while Rachin Ravindra also managed to take 1 wicket. are.

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