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by Israr Ahmed Hashmi Monday 8 December 2014
Scoring a hundred in any format is always special for a batsman and the match remains in the memories of the fans and that cricketer.
Scoring two in two is even more special and then comes some players who achieved a unique and one of the most rare records in one-day cricket that only a handful of the cricketers have been able to achieve even after nearly 44 years of One-Day Internationals.
Ross Taylor was in sublime form during India’s visit to New Zealand. He thrashed all of the Indian bowlers around the park and scored at will. He stamped his dream run in ODIs with scores like 55, 57, 17 and then scored back-to-back hundreds by scoring 112 not out and 102.
11 months later, he played his next ODI but that didn’t stop him from scoring runs. He registered another 100 against Pakistan in the first ODI and made it three centuries in three consecutive innings to become only the sixth batsman in history to repeat this feat.
The following table contains the names of batsmen who have scored three consecutive ODI centuries.
108, 105, 113 vs India
107 vs Sri Lanka131 vs West Indies111 vs Sri Lanka
116 vs Kenya116* vs India153 vs Bangladesh
AB de Villiers
114, 102* vs India102 vs West Indies
Quinton de Kock
135, 106, 101 vs India
112*, 100 vs India105* vs Pakistan
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