Thursday, 9 February 2017

Aaron Finch t20 biggest and t20 best individual innings

The knock The only international innings in this list was a gem. Having been sent in by England, Australia made a rapid start thanks to Finch, who drop-kicked opening bowler Steven Finn over backward square leg for six from the first ball he faced. Finch feasted on Finn, hitting the lanky quick for three boundaries in the paceman’s next over before the Victorian turned his attention to the very, very part-time off-spin of Joe Root.
The short straight Pavilion End boundary of the Rose Bowl was peppered in the 10th over as Finch clobbered 26 runs off Root courtesy of three huge sixes, a four over cover and fortuitous edge to the third man boundary. In a blink of an eye Finch was in the nineties, and midway through the 14th over he sent Stuart Broad for his eighth six to bring up the first T20 international century in the United Kingdom. What followed was more carnage, as Finch clocked two sixes off Luke Wright (on the receiving end this time), and three sixes off left-arm spinner Danny Briggs in the 17th over. The blitzkrieg was terminated an over later when Finch dragged Jade Dernbach on to his middle stump to end a wonderful knock.

The numbers Runs: 156 | Balls: 63 | Fours: 11 | Sixes: 14 | Strike rate: 247.61.

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