Christchurch: It was a day that saw number of batting records being displaced from record books.
But only a few might have noticed record created by Kiwis pacer Tim Southee. Southee became only the third bowler in ODI history to concde 100 or more runs in match. Thus he became a third man to score a bowling century in ODIs.
Tim Southee suffered a bowling horror, going wicketless and conceding 105 runs off his 10 overs which is the second worst concession in one-day history, eight runs shy of Australian Mick Lewis. The 20-year-old was smashed by aggressive Indian batsmen India ended up with a mammoth 392 for four in their 50 overs during the third One-Day International in Wellington on Sunday.