When this player’s bat moves, the boundary starts to look small and sixes rain like raindrops.
Andre Russell is counted among the most explosive batsmen in the world.
When it comes to T20 cricket, the first name of the universe boss, Chris Gayle, gets into the mind. The faces of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Glenn Maxwell and AB de Villiers also appear in front of the eyes. But one of the most destructive batsmen in the history of T20 cricket is a player who cannot be ignored in any case. If a team makes such a mistake, then the results of the bowling of the bowlers will be trembled. The name of this player is Andre Russell. If the weapon of the team of Kolkata Knight Riders, which was in its color, then the game of Gayle and the batting of de Villiers, you will forget everything. If you remember, then only the sixes of Russell.
West Indies rivals batsman Andre Russell continues to rock his bat in the T20 and T10 leagues around the world. Although Russell was a complete flop in the last season of the IPL, it was also due to his poor fitness. He then played 10 matches in the 13th season of the IPL played in the United Arab Emirates, but his bat yielded 117 runs at a modest average of 13. However, Russell’s strike rate was 144.44. By the way, one thing that is certain is that if the captain of the Kolkata Knight Riders of Ion Morgan wants to win his third IPL title, then Russell will have to be in full color for that.
Six more sixes in the IPL of Andre Russell
Russell has been a part of the IPL since 2012, except in the year 2017. Andre Russell has played a total of 74 matches in the IPL. In this, he has scored 1517 runs at an average of 29.74 and a strike rate of 182.33. In this, he returned unbeaten 10 times, while 8 half-centuries were also named in this journey. The funny thing is that he hit 105 in these 74 matches and hit sixes 129. Russell’s most memorable year in this journey of IPL was 2019. He then scored 510 not out 4 times in 14 matches. The average was 56.66 and the strike rate of 204.81 was as if set on fire. His highest score in the year 2019 was unbeaten 80. He hit 31 fours and 52 sixes this season.
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