Wowzaah! Can you think about any other cricketer who had played a total of 100 International matches in any format? Well, some players do tend to make that mark by playing a century of matches in Tests, ODIs and T20Is.
No one yet seems to have achieved that feat, but Ross Taylor has achieved that feat as he has played 100 games in all the three formats and Ross Taylor is set to become the first cricketer to get the prestigious feat.
The much-awaited Test game between India and New Zealand will be the 100th Test of Taylor’s glorious career and by stepping into that game, the acclaimed batsman is set to add a nice sought out feather on his cap.
Ross has featured now in 99 Test, 231 ODIs and 100 T20Is, accumulating a total of 7175, 8565 and 1909 run respectively. A player requires much more than tact to achieve a magnificent track record of gaining mastery and playing so well in all the mentioned formats of play.
The 35-year old has been delivering consistently in all the versions and is still going strong. He has played a crucial role in guiding New Zealand to a 3-0 win in the recently concluded ODI series against India.
His next aim is set on doing well in the longest format of the game and he will await celebrating his 100th Test with a match-defining knock.