KFC offers Ross Taylor $181 treat after his match winning knock against England at Dunedin

By CricketCountry Staff | Published:Thu, March 08, 2018 3:14pm

KFC have offered food vouchers to Ross Taylor to celebrate his birthday.

[caption id="attachment_690955" align="alignnone" width="628"]Ross Taylor scored an unbeaten 181 against England at Dunedin     Getty Images Ross Taylor scored an unbeaten 181 against England at Dunedin Getty Images[/caption]

Ross Taylor single-handedly took apart England in the fourth ODI at Dunedin. His knock of 181* enabled New Zealand level the 5-match series 2-2. The star batsman, who is celebrating his 34th birthday, has been offered chicken dollars from Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC). KFC have offered Taylor, $181 worth of food vouchers at any outlet in New Zealand to commemorate his knock. Taylor s love of KFC is well known. He had earlier tweeted about having KFC chicken during his 30th birthday celebrations.


Happy birthday @RossLTaylor! The Colonel wants to celebrate that PB with you the best way he knows how... with $181 of Chicken Dollars send us a DM so we can get the vouchers to you!

KFC New Zealand (@kfcnz) March 7, 2018


My perfect birthday lunch. KFC and a 1984 @penfolds Grange. #30 pic.twitter.com/TKvK1q9H4F

Ross Taylor (@RossLTaylor) March 8, 2014

Taylor is now gearing up to take on England in the all-important series decider at Christchurch on March 10.

Published:Thu, March 08, 2018 3:14pm


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