Quinton de Kock scored his fourth World Cup hundred, bringing him closer to Rohit Sharma’s record of five World Cup centuries.
Quinton De Kock continued the dream run he has had in the World Cup by slamming his fourth hundred of the tournament. De Kock accomplished the feat in a World Cup match against New Zealand on Monday in Pune. To note, Quinton de Kock Rohit Sharma’s five-hundred mark in a single WC is not far away. The left-handed batter also achieved several other milestones throughout his marathon knock.
Records broken by Quinton De Kock:
- First South African to score 500 in a WC edition.
- As a Wicketkeeper you will be able to score the most sixes.
- Third in history to score four or more WC centurys.
- Most runs as a Wicketkeeper on a WC Edition.
- First to reach 500 runs during this WC.
- Most runs scored in a WC after the first seven innings.
Quinton De Kock, the Proteas’ top order batsman, has given his all at the top, even though he announced that he would be retiring from the 50-over format after the tournament. De Kock reached his century in a flash as he helped the Proteas to a mammoth score against New Zealand at MCA Stadium in Pune.