Johnson Charles spoiled the budget of half a dozen bowlers of Khulna Tigers during his explosive century. He thrashed Pakistan and Bangladeshi bowlers playing in the match.
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Will India’s budget be good, bad or mediocre, it will be known later. But, before that the budget of the bowlers has definitely deteriorated. bangladesh premier league In the match played on the evening of January 31, batting was seen on the lines of – Tum ek maroge to hum do marenge. The match was between Khulna Tigers and Comilla Victorians. In this match, a batsman of Khulna Tigers hit 11 fours, then the Comilla Victorians batsman gave a befitting reply to him with 11 sixes. The result was that not only was the match high-scoring, but the bowlers were also seen doing baap baap.
The batsman, who hit 11 sixes for Comilla Victorians, scored a scintillating century in the match. He made his biggest score in T20. And, its effect was that the target of 211 runs given by Khulna Tigers also fell short for Comilla Victorians. Johnson Charles, who scored a stormy century, single-handedly washed away the hopes of Khulna Tigers’ victory.
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Stormy century by Johnson Charles
West Indies’ 34-year-old wicket-keeper batsman Johnson Charles completed his century off just 53 balls for Comilla Victorians. He hit 10 sixes and 5 fours to reach the century. However, his total batting lasted 85 minutes, in which he faced 56 balls and scored 107 not out. Till now the fours remained only 5 but the number of sixes increased to 11.
This was the biggest score of Johnson Charles’s T20 career. Also scored the second T20 century in his entire career.
Blown 11 sixes spoiled the budget of 6 bowlers
During his explosive century, Johnson Charles spoiled the budget of half a dozen ie 6 bowlers of Khulna Tigers. He thrashed Pakistan and Bangladeshi bowlers playing in the match and scored against them with an economy of 12 or more.
Even 210 runs is not safe in front of Johnson’s big innings
Batting first, Khulna Tigers scored 210 runs for 2 wickets in 20 overs. Tamim Iqbal’s 95 runs and captain Shay Hope’s 91 runs played a big role in this. On the other hand, Comilla Victorians achieved the target of 211 runs in 18.2 overs. Johnson Charles scored a century for the Victorians. Apart from him, Mohammad Rizwan of Pakistan also had a big contribution of 73 runs.