Ross Taylor Becomes the Mostly Capped Player of New Zealand in his 438th Match

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Ross Taylor, the former captain of New Zealand became the most capped player in all the three formats. He achieved this feat during the first test between New Zealand and Pakistan. For his country this was his 438th match in his cricket career.

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Ross Taylor Becomes the Mostly Capped Player of New Zealand in his 438th Match
Ross Taylor Becomes the Mostly Capped Player of New Zealand in his 438th Match

The first test match against New Zealand and Pakistan held at the Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui.

The New Zealand National Cricket Team called BLACKCAPS posts a tweet that, “With 438 matches Ross Taylor becomes the most capped player of New Zealand”.

The tweet was posted after the refusal of the opener Tom Blundell.

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Previous record was made by Daniel Vettori for 437 matches in New Zealand. And the next two places were filled by Brendon McCullum for 432 matches and Stephen Fleming for 395 matches.

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