On Tuesday, former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly was still the highest run-scorer on debut at Lord’s, with his 131 in 1996 against England. However, on Wednesday, everything changed, with New Zealand’s Devon Conway scoring an unbeaten 136 at the close of day one to surpass Ganguly’s record.
Brilliant by Devon Conway!😍
An absolute master-class.
Treat to watch him play like this!
Conway was just flawless with every stroke he played. Masterclass innings. Also, the battle between the nz batsman and indian spinners would be cracking to watch in the wtc final. #ENGvNZ #devonconway— Prantaran Kashyap (@prantaran) June 2, 2021
Dream debut for Conway here at Lords!
Agree with you!
#devonconway— Yacht Inn Penzance ☀️☀️🥃🛌🍺🍷🍔☕️ (@InnYacht) June 2, 2021
Special special talent this......enjoy
It's all Conway's Day 1