New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum ended his ODI career with a 55-run win over Australia which gave the Kiwis a 2-1 series victory.
Brendon McCullum, who will retire from all format of cricket after the Test series against Australia this month, scored 47 off just 27 balls in his last ODI. He played 260 ODI matches and scored 6083 runs with a best knock of 166. His average in ODI is 30.41 and his strike-rate is 96.37 including 5 hundreds and 32 half-centuries. Here are the few records of Brendon McCullum in Cricket. Check out:
#10 Most Sixes in Test Cricket
Brendon McCullum holds the record of most Sixes (100) in Test cricket with former Australian team opener Adam Gilchrist.
#9 Highest individual score in Test
B McCullum has the highest individual score in Test cricket for New Zealand when he scored 302 against India in February 2014.
#8 McCullum’s fantastic record
McCullum is the only New Zealand cricketer to score four double hundreds in Test cricket. In 2014, he struck three double centuries, the only Kiwi player to achieve this feat.
#7 Most Sixes in T20
Brendon McCullum holds the record of most Sixes (91) in T20 International cricket.
#6 Unique record of McCullum
McCullum is the only batsman in Cricket to score two centuries in T20 Internationals. He scored 123 runs against Bangladesh and 116 runs against Australia.
#5 McCullum’s exclusive record in cricket
Brendon McCullum is one of the nine players of the exclusive club who have scored tons in all the format of cricket.
#4 Fastest Century in Test cricket
B McCullum holds the record of fastest century in Test Cricket by a New Zealand player. He scored 195 runs off just 134 balls in test cricket against Sri Lanka, he achieved a ton in just 74 balls with a strike-rate of 145.52.
#3 Another unique record by Bazz
McCullum has smashed 11 sixes in a Test innings twice, becoming the only cricketer in the world to do this.
#2 Kiwi’s best Wicket-keeper for a reason
McCullum holds the record of most dismissals as a wicket-keeper for New Zealand. He dismissed 452 players (418 catches and 34 stumping) in his Test career.
#1 World Record by McCullum
Brendon McCullum holds the record of playing most number of consecutive Test matches without getting dropped. He played 99 consecutive Test matches.