Check out the stunning knock from the Black Caps’ batsman.
Centuries for Brendon McCullum and Kane Williamson lifted New Zealand off the ropes and into a position of command on the opening day of the first Test against India.
Captain McCullum posted his eighth Test hundred soon after tea on Thursday and Williamson followed two overs later with his fifth as New Zealand progressed to 329-4 at stumps.
Williamson was eventually removed for 113 and at stumps McCullum was unbeaten on 143 with Corey Anderson on 42 in a 78-run stand for the fifth wicket.
McCullum and Williamson came together when New Zealand were in trouble at 30-3 after being sent into bat on a bowler-friendly Eden Park wicket.