Ross Taylor to become 1st cricketer to play 100 matches in all formats
Published: 08:49 PM, 14 February 2020 Updated: 08:49 PM, 14 February 2020
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor is set to make history by becoming the first cricketer in history to play 100 games in all three formats.
Taylor will play his 100th Test against India at Wellington, scheduled to begin from February 21.
The 35-year-old made his ODI debut in 2006 against West Indies and his Test debut in 2007 against South Africa. He has played 99 Tests, 231 ODIs and 100 T20Is so far.
“I am happy with what I have achieved so far in my career. I think I am doing something that I have always wanted to do, I have always wanted to play for New Zealand,” Taylor told reporters on Friday.