Captain Brendon McCullum starred in New Zealand's eight-wicket demolition of England as he plundered the fastest-ever World Cup fifty, off just 18 balls, in their ICC World Cup match last Friday.
McCullum's breathtaking 77 from 25 balls helped the co-hosts roar to victory in 12.2 overs after England were bowled out for a paltry 123, courtesy of Tim Southee's career-best figures of 7-33.
The right-hander took 18 runs off pace bowler Stuart Broad's first over, the second of the innings, and then 20 off seamer Steven Finn, who had immediately replaced Broad.
He then belted four successive sixes off Finn's next over, which went for 29 runs.
Let’s see how much you remember of that amazing innings from McCullum.
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