Conway set a world record in the second innings after overtaking Sourav in the first innings

Bangla Hunt Desk: New Zealand opener Devon Conway is in great form at the moment. He has made one record after another by playing his debut Test match. Sourav Ganguly broke the previous record of 25 years by batting in the first innings and this time he set a world record by batting in the second innings.

Devon Conway broke the record of former South African cricketer Kepler Wessels by batting in the second innings. He scored the most runs in his debut Test as an opener.

Devon Conway was dismissed for 200 in the first innings and was dismissed for 23 in the second innings, meaning he scored 223 runs in two innings. Wessels scored 218 runs in two innings against England in 1982. This time he was overtaken by Devon Conway.