New Zealand batsman Devon Conway has set another record in the first Test at Lord’s, known as the Mecca of Cricket. On the first day, Conway broke Sourav Ganguly’s record of scoring the most runs on the first day of his Test debut at Lord’s. Following this, Conway broke the 125-year-old record of KS Ranjitsinhji on the second day. In his debut against Australia in 1896, Ranjitsinhji scored 154 runs. In addition, Conway set a double century record in his debut Test in England.
Devon Conway broke Kepler Wessel’s record on Day 4 of the Lord’s Test. Devon Conway is now the highest run-scorer in his debut Test opening batsman. Conway hit 223 in both innings. He came out after scoring 23 in the second innings and scoring 23 in the first innings. Kepler Wessels scored 208 against England in 1982 while playing for Australia. He scored 162 in the first innings and 46 in the second innings.
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Conway was fifth in the first Test in terms of runs scored. Lawrence Row of the West Indies tops the list. In his 1972 debut, he scored 314 against Australia. In addition, Conway holds the record for being the highest run scorer for New Zealand in his Test debut. Sinclair scored 214 runs in 1999 against the West Indies at Wellington. Speaking of the match, New Zealand scored 62 runs for the loss of two wickets in the second innings till the end of the fourth day’s play. Since then, New Zealand’s total has gone up to 165. England’s first innings was reduced to 275 runs.