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Ross Taylor creates cricket history, 1st to play 100 games in all three formats

Mid-Day Friday, 21 February 2020
Experienced New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has created history by becoming the first player ever to play 100 matches in all the three formats of the game. He achieved the feat when he took the field against India in the first Test starting Friday at the Basin Reserve.

Taylor, who last month played his 100th T20I in the...
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