After nine Test innings, England’s ace batsman Harry Brook eclipsed the previous record of 30 years held by former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli for the most runs scored.

In Wellington’s second Test match against New Zealand, he set the record while batting.

During the day’s play, Brook was still 184 not out, bringing his total to 807 runs, surpassing Kambli, who had previously held the record with 798 runs.

Together with Kambli, Brook also defeated renowned cricketers Herbert Sutcliffe (780 runs in nine innings), Sunil Gavaskar (778 runs in nine innings), and Everton Weekes (760 runs in nine innings) (777 runs in nine innings).

Currently, Brook has 807 runs, averaging 100.88. After nine Test innings, only Gavaskar (129.66) had a higher Test average than Brook.

With England 21-3, Brook stated that he entered the crease with “just the typical mindset, to be honest, just the way I’ve been playing the entire time I’ve been playing test cricket.”


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