Bas de Leede: Bas de Leede’s greatest spell in ODI history; Australian batsmen fumed


Pudhari Online Desk: Today, Netherlands and Australia would have faced each other in the World Cup. In this match, Australia won the match by scoring 309 runs over Netherlands. The Australian batsmen would have set a challenge of 400 runs for the Netherlands. Kangaroo scored 399 runs while batting first. At this time the Netherlands’ guns were blown away. Netherlands goalkeeper Bas De Leede’s defender Nakosha Vikram has been named. He scored 115 runs in a spell of 10 sixes. Because of his or his poor bowling, he became the bowler who bowled the greatest spell in the history of one-day cricket. This encounter would have been played at Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium. (Leed bass)

Maxwell’s fastest century

Explosive batsman Maxwell scored the fastest century (40 balls) in the history of ODI World Cup. He batted at an effective strike rate of 240.91 and scored 106 runs from just 44 balls. Or in the game he hit 9 fours and 8 sixes. This is his third century in ODI career.

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Maxwell (138) has become the third batsman to hit most sixes for Australia in ODIs. Only Ricky Ponting (159) and Adam Gilchrist (148) are ahead of him. Apart from this, Maxwell and Pat Cummins had the highest partnership (103) with Vikram Mahi for the seventh wicket for Australia in the ODI World Cup. Or Vikram Modla of both Steve Smith and Nathan Coulter-Nile (102 vs West Indies, 2019). (Leed bass)

Warner’s second consecutive century

Warner played brilliantly, defeating the inexperienced Netherlands bowlers. In the match, he scored 104 runs from 93 balls while batting at a strike rate of 111.83. Or in the game he hit 11 fours and 3 sixes. This was his 22nd century in ODI cricket career. This was his second consecutive century in the World Cup. In the last match, he would have scored a century against Pakistan Cricket Association. (Leed bass)

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