Thursday, 9 February 2017

Luke Wright t20 biggest and t20 best individual innings

The knock Chasing a whopping 226 to win, Sussex and Melbourne Stars opener Luke Wright lost his opening partner Chris Nash from the third ball of the pursuit to be 1-0. Unfazed, Wright set about the mountainous challenge, reaching his half-century from 26 balls. That’s when the right-hander erupted.
He hit ball No.27 for six, followed by a brace of maximums in the 11th over. Two overs later, Graham Napier was banished for a hat-trick of fours before the Englishman raised his bat for a century from 47 deliveries. But Wright wasn’t done yet. A six and a four were smashed off Reece Topley then two more sixes from Ravi Bopara’s medium pacers. Wright’s final six – his 11th of the evening – brought victory within four runs, which were easily accumulated two balls later to win with nine balls to spare.

The numbers Runs: 153 | Balls: 66 | Fours: 12 | Sixes: 11 | Strike rate: 231.81.

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