Ross Taylor gives a befitting response to Aussies with his brilliant double hundred. Ross Taylor’s double hundred puts Kiwis on fighting position against Australians. Kiwi batsman Ross Taylor scored brilliant 290 runs on the fourth day of the second days in Wacca ground, Perth. The right handed batsman gave a befitting response to big total of Australia.
The top order batsman became the first Kiwi player to score a test double hundred against Australia. In his 290 runs, the in-form batsman cracked 43 boundaries.
The fastest deliveries By Aussie pace men- Starc could not frighten him to score his 12th double hundred. His double century has stood his team on a stable position.
More, Ross Taylor and Kane Williamson made a new record of partnership of 265 run as the visitors finally settled and hold their feet after losing the first test match.
It is very interesting to note that Ross Taylor was reported to have bad eyesight in the first test match in Brisbane.
According to the Kiwi Coach, Craig, Ross Taylor was working very hard in net practice and he had been planning for something big and today his hard work resulted. The record holder batsman was the last batsman to get out. The Kiwi team was passionately waiting to see him scoring a triple century.
Australia playing the second innings with lead of 193 runs.