New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum rolled his arm in his farewell Test match on Monday. McCullum bowled a total of 4 overs spread in 2 spells during the first session of day 3 in the 2nd Test against Australia at Christchurch.
Wickets were hard to come by and so New Zealand skipper tried to do something different at that moment. In the 128th over, McCullum came to bowl as seam-up. He bowled 2 overs in each spell where he bolwed quite well and ended with an impressive figure of 4-2-3-0.
That moment was very exciting for the crowds and they were cheering up at that time. Every viewers were enjoying on that moment.
Yet it was not the first time that he was bowling. The right-arm medium bowler has only bolwed in the Test format in International cricket. Last time as well,he had bowled against Australia in November 2015 during the Perth Test. He has only wicket in International cricket when he had dismissed Pakistan’s opener Taufeeq Umar at Dubai in November 2014.
However, this match is his final International match, so it is very special moment for him and his fans.
Watch the video of his 1st over in his farewell Test: