Ken Williamson has scored his 32nd century in Test cricket. This marks his seventh century in the last seven Test matches. Along with this century, Ken Williamson has achieved several records in Test cricket. The former captain of New Zealand, Ken Williamson, is currently in excellent form. In the second match of the ongoing series against South Africa, this batsman made history by scoring a century on the fourth day. Ken Williamson has scored his 32nd century in Test cricket, while this is his seventh century in the last seven Test matches. With this century, Ken Williamson has also set several records in Test cricket. In fact, Ken Williamson’s 32nd Test century has come in just 172 innings, and he has set the record for scoring the fewest innings to reach 32 centuries in Test cricket. Additionally, this is Ken Williamson’s fifth century in the second innings of any Test match, making him the batsman with the most centuries in the fourth innings of Test matches.

Ken Williamson jointly holds the first position among the batsmen who have scored the most centuries in the fourth innings of Test cricket. He has five centuries to his name. Following him on the list are Sunil Gavaskar, Ricky Ponting, and Graeme Smith.

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