This batsman completed his fifty off just 21 balls and then completed a century in 60 balls and did the feat which has happened only for the second time.
Jatinder Singh completed his century in 60 balls against Nepal.
Oman’s batsman has created a big storm in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League-2 being played at this time. Such a storm which is rarely seen in cricket, especially from the players of associate countries. A player has played such an innings that the record has been made in his name. This feat happened in the ODI match played between Nepal and Oman in Al Amerat. Nepal had to face defeat by five wickets in this match. He got this defeat due to the stormy style of the Oman batsman, which ruined all the hopes of Nepal. The name of this batsman is Jatinder Singh. Jatinder opened the batting for Oman and scored a stormy century to give victory to the team. Jatinder scored 107 runs in 62 balls with the help of 12 fours and four sixes, giving Oman a five-wicket win. On the basis of his innings, Oman achieved the target of 197 runs kept by Nepal in 31.1 overs.
Jatinder showed aggressive form from the beginning. He completed his fifty in the first 21 balls, his century in 60 balls, on the third ball of the 26th over, Kushal Mala took a brilliant catch at the boundary line and ended his innings. When Jatinder was dismissed, the team’s score was 162 runs, it can be guessed from the fact that how much he would have beaten the bowlers of Nepal. His 60-ball century is the second fastest century by an ICC Associate Country player in ODIs. Before him comes the name of Ireland’s Kevin O’Brien, who completed a century in 50 balls against England on Indian soil in the 2011 World Cup. Jatinder belongs to India. He was born in Ludhiana, Punjab. He was born on 5 March 1989 in this part of India. Later moved to Oman. He has also played Under-19 cricket for Oman.
Such was the innings of Nepal
Jatinder had as much hand in helping Oman win, as much as the bowlers of the team who did not allow Nepal to score big. Nepal won the toss and decided to bat first. His batsmen could not score big. The team got a blow on the second ball. Kushal Bhurtel was out without opening the account. The second opener, Asif Sheikh, held the other end and played an excellent innings of 90 runs, but he did not get any long support player from the other end. Captain Gyanendra Mala scored 21 runs in 33 balls, Rohit Paudel scored 20 runs in 34 balls. Kushal’s innings ended on a total score of 146. He faced 112 balls in his innings and hit seven fours and a six. In the end, Karan KC contributed 21 and Sandeep Lamichhane contributed 16 runs to take the team to the score of 196. Bilal Khan took four wickets for Oman. Nestor Dhamba had two successes. Zeeshan Maqsood and Mohammad Nadeem managed to take one wicket each.
Jatinder made this run chase easy for Oman. The first blow to the team came in the form of Shoaib Khan on the total score of 24 runs. He could only score seven runs. After this, Ayan Khan and Jatinder took Oman’s score beyond 100. Ayan’s wicket fell on the total score of 115. He contributed 18 runs in this big partnership. Captain Zeeshan Maqsood scored only four runs. Mohammad Nadeem returned unbeaten on 38. Suraj Kumar contributed 20 runs.
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