Brendon McCullum first captain to score double and triple hundred in consecutive Tests

Brendon McCullum's historic 302 ensured the Kiwis recorded their highest score in Test history - 680/8 - in the Wellington Test against India. Here are the statistical highs that the Kiwi team and players achieved during the two-Test series vs India.

updated: February 18, 2014 13:32 IST
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New Zealand's 680 for 8 declared provides the highest ever total posted by a team in the third innings of a Test match in the annals of Test cricket. The previous best was 671 for 4 by New Zealand against Sri Lanka at Wellington in Jan 1991. Here are some of the other statistical highs that New Zealand team and its players achieved during the two-match series against India. (Read: Drawn Wellington Test helps India maintain No.2 ranking but Australia close in)

Brendon McCullum became the first captain in the annals of Test cricket to score a triple hundred and a double hundred in consecutive Tests. He made 224 at Auckland and 302 at Wellington in this series. (Read: After Test series loss to New Zealand, MS Dhoni content with bowlers)

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