Born on 27 September 1981, in Dunedin, NewZealand, Brendon Barrie McCullum is a former NewZealandinternationalcricketer. He captained the New Zealand cricket team in all three formats at the international level.
Chosen as the part of ICC (International Cricket Council) World XI squad to play the ICC Super Series in the year 2005
Honoured as the “Man of the Series” in the ODI against Pakistan that took place in UAE in the season 2009-2010
Scored international Twenty-20 century at the AMI Stadium, Christchurch against Australia in the year 2010
Awarded the "Player of the Series" in the International Twenty20 against India that took place in India in the year 2012
Another International Twenty20 century at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele against Bangladesh in the year 2012
He is the first New Zealand Cricketer to score triple hundred in Tests i.e., 302 runs against India in February 2014 that happened in Wellington, NewZealand.
Became the first New Zealander to score 1000 Test runs in a calendar year after scoring 1164 runs in 2014
Chosen the New Zealand "Sportsman of the Year" in 2014
Honoured with the “Sports New ZealandLeadership"Award in the year 2016
In his farewell Test match against Australia in 2016, he scored the fastest ever Testcentury (in 54 balls), at Christchurch’sHagleyPark, NewZealand.
Selected as the Icon Player for Kandahar's team in the first edition of the Afghanistan Premier League in September 2018.
In 2019, he was selected in the Glasgow Giants squad for the inaugural edition of the Euro T20 Slam cricket in July.Although, he took retirement from all forms of cricket in August 2019.
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