Hampshire vs Nottinghamshire, NatWest t20 Blast, 2017 2nd Semi-Final Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction, Live Score Cricinfo cricbuzz Yahoo Cricket Live Score Ball BY Ball Live Commentary which can held on Sep 02, 2017, Saturday at Edgbaston, Birmingham and the match begins at 2.30PM there local time…
3rd Quarter-Final Brief scores: Somerset 151/6 in 20 overs (Steven Davies 59; Jake Ball 2-21) missplaced to Nottinghamshire 152/5 in 18.3 overs (Samit Patel 45, Daniel Christian 36*) by 5 wickets.
1st Quarter-Final Hampshire 249 for 8 (Afridi 101, Vince 55; Critchley Three-32 ) beat Derbyshire 148 (Abbott Three-25, Dawson Three-28) by 101 runs…
There is a reason why Shahid Afridi known as ‘Boom Boom’. His big hitting can decimate opponents and may change the course of the match. During his practically 20-year lengthy international profession, Afridi produced some marvellous knocks that changed the perception of big-hitting.
The former Pakistan all-rounder registered a century in his 222nd innings, the most number of innings taken by a participant in his format. In his 42-ball 101,
Afridi smashed seven sixes to become the first Pakistan player in the historical past of the format to go previous 200 sixes in Twenty20s. The overall record is held by Chris Gayle with 752 sixes.
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Afridi’s 42-ball century is the second quickest by a Pakistan participant in T20s, behind Ahmed Shehzad — who scored a 40-ball century for Barisal Burners against Duronto Rajshahi within the 2011/12 Bangladesh Premier League.
Hampshire’s 249/8 was the fourth highest total in a Twenty20 in England, behind Yorkshire’s 260/4 against Northants in Leeds in 2017, Gloucestershire’s 254/Three in opposition to Middlesex in 2011 and Somerset’s 250/3 against Gloucestershire in Taunton in 2006.