The top 5 best New Zealand batsmen of all-time. 1. Kane Williamson. New Zealand’s captain Kane Williamson celebrates reaching his double century (200 runs) on day three of the second cricket Test ... 2. Martin Crowe. 3. Ross Taylor. 4. Brendon McCullum. 5. Stephen Fleming.
New Zealand National Cricket Team is well known for its greatest batsman and captains; it has a total of 35 captains in all formats to this date which means the New Zealand cricket team focuses on stability on the leadership front. New Zealand National Cricket Team is nicknamed as Blackcaps or Kiwis.
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The likes of Glenn Turner and Martin Crowe were among the best batsmen of their eras, while Kane Williamson is regarded as the premier Test batsman of this era.
Widely regarded as the best Test batsman New Zealand has produced, Martin Crowe was a fantastic player. Not only was he powerful and able to score runs, he had an elegant style to boot. This led many to regard him highly and hold him as one of the finest cricketers of his time on the world stage.
Colin Munro is New Zealand’s best T20 batsman currently due to the power game that he possesses and how consistent he is with it. He has scored 3 centuries in T20I cricket – one each against Bangladesh, India and the West Indies. He averages 31 and strikes at 156, which makes him a superb player in the format.
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In fact, no other New Zealand batsman except Tom Latham has scored more runs in the last 5 years, than Williamson has scored in New Zealand itself. Williamson has been so good, that his average in this period reads an insane 60.75 overall, and an insane-er 68.55 in New Zealand.