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Taibu sets a new world record
Rajneesh Gupta | January 18, 2005
Zimbabwe's Tatenda Taibu became the youngest captain to score a Test century during his innings of 153 in the second innings of the second Test against Bangladesh at Dhaka, on Monday.
At 21 years, 248 days, Taibu beat South African Graeme Smith's record. Smith was 22 years, 173 days old, when he registered his maiden Test century as a captain.
The accompanying table lists the youngest captains to score a Test century: