Riley Russo hit 56 runs off 41 balls. To score these 56 runs, he also spent 56 minutes at the crease. His innings included 5 fours and 3 sixes.
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They say that if you make a mistake once, then it is okay. But if you repeat it, you will have to face the consequences. Just something similar has happened with this team, which we are going to talk about. We are talking about Paarl Royals, who have been pushed to defeat by Pretoria Capitals twice in 48 hours. For the second time, he has been given a bitter sip of defeat by the Pretoria Capitals batsman, who has a century in 48 balls in T20 International. We are talking Riley Russo Who has brought great success while preparing the way for his team’s victory in the SA20 League.
Riley Russo has blasted his team Pretoria Capitals to the finals of the tournament. Pretoria Capitals beat Paarl Royals by 29 runs in the first semi-final of SA20. Paarl Royals suffered their second defeat in two days at the hands of Pretoria Capitals. But this defeat is more bitter than the first. This is because after the first defeat, there was no difference in the result of their reaching the semi-finals. But now after reaching the semi-finals, his dream of playing the final was shattered.
56-minute blast, brought success to the team
In the first semi-final of SA20, Pretoria Capitals batted first and scored 153 runs for 8 wickets in 20 overs. In reply, Paarl Royals were bundled out for 124 runs in 19 overs. The biggest and biggest contributor to Pretoria’s victory was Riley Russo, who hit 56 runs in just 41 balls. To score these 56 runs, he also spent 56 minutes at the crease. His innings included 5 fours and 3 sixes.
The first T20I century was scored in 48 balls
Please tell that this is the same Riley Russo, who made noise with the bat in Indore in October last year. He scored a blistering T20 century for South Africa in just 48 balls with 7 fours and 8 sixes. This was Rousseau’s first century in T20 International.
Player of the match due to all-round game
Riley Rousseau did not just contribute with the bat in helping Pretoria Capitals win against Paarl Royals and get them a ticket to the finals. Rather, he did wonders with the ball as well. In the semi-final match, Rousseau took 1 wicket for 3 runs in 1 over, which was the prized wicket of Oyen Morgan. Riley Russo was adjudged Player of the Match for this all-round performance.