#5. Brendon McCullum (101)
New Zealand’s explosive batsman Brendon McCullum has been one of the greatest wicket-keeper in history. He is known for his aggressive style in limited overs cricket and has made many records in this format, but his in Test records, he is also not less impressive.
he brought the New Zealand team to the list of world-class teams. In the ICC World Cup 2015, the Kiwi team reached the finals, although it remained one step back the first time to become a world champion.
McCullum has played consistently 101 Test matches for New Zealand from March 2004 to February 2016 without rest. Due to the back problem, at the age of 34, he had announced his retirement from Test cricket.