New Zealand’s opening batsman Martin Guptill has sparked a great deal of power with the bat. He made the first century of the year. He hit a magnificent century in the first one-dayer against Sri Lanka on Thursday.
Mt. Monganao New Zealand first innings to score runs Rana hill. Scored 371 runs Guptill has played an excellent innings of 138 runs. He made 11 fours and five sixes in 139 balls.
Right-arm fast bowler Thesara Perera dismissed before being out in the slips, the right-hander batsman picked up his second century in the 14th ODI and Sri Lanka. It is also the first one-day century of the year.
Guptill was out of the field for most of the year due to injury. At the beginning of the year, he made the first century to do something good.
New Zealand’s Colin Munro scored the first century in international cricket last year. That was in the T20 format. On 3 January, he scored a century against West Indies in Mount Manganieu. Munro, who scored 104 runs in 53 balls with three fours and 10 sixes.
Australia’s Usman Khawaja made the second century last year. In the Test format, Khawaja scored 171 runs in 38 balls with 18 fours and a six over England against England in Sydney on January 4.
Twenty-one Test and one-day international and the third century of the year came from New Zealand captain Kane Williamson’s bat. On 6 January, Williamson scored 115 runs in 115 balls with eight fours and a six in Wellington.