Ryan, who came to bat at number four, played a blistering innings of 73 runs in 34 balls.
The batsman, who came to bat at number four, played a blistering innings of 73 runs in 34 balls. He hit three fours and seven sixes in his innings and won his team.
These days league cricket is booming. Cricket leagues are being played in every country and players are spreading their glory in it. One such cricket league is being played in Nepal these days and the batsmen are making a lot of noise in it. The name of the league is Everest Premier League. In this league, a match was played between Kathmandu Kings XI and Lalitpur Patriots on Saturday, in which a batsman of Kathmandu Kings XI scored 54 runs in 10 balls.
Lalitpur Patriots team, who came to bat first in the match, has had a bad start. His opener Kushal Bhurtel returned to the pavilion without opening the account. Soon after this the wicket of the second open fell. But Pawan Sarraf’s 64 runs in 44 balls and Yogendra Singh’s 33 runs in 20 balls took Lalitpur Patriots to the score of 157 runs in 20 overs. Jitendra Mukhiya took four wickets for Kathmandu Kings XI.
Zimbabwe player made a splash
Chasing 157 runs, Kathmandu Kings XI got off to a bad start. His opener Subhash Khakureli returned to the pavilion after being run out without opening the account. But the second opener Rahmanullah Gurbaz played a blistering innings of 59 runs in 36 balls. But in this comparison, Ryan Burle showed the real mega show. Ryan Burle is a Zimbabwean cricketer, who plays for Kathmandu Kings XI in this league. He made his international debut for Zimbabwe in February 2017.
54 runs in 10 balls
Ryan, who came to bat at number four, played a blistering innings of 73 runs in 34 balls. He hit three fours and seven sixes in his innings. In this way, he took 54 runs in 10 balls with the help of only boundaries. On the basis of his explosive innings, Kathmandu Kings XI scored 160 runs in 14.2 overs and won the match by seven wickets. Ryan was adjudged man of the match for his explosive innings.
How long has it been playing
Everest Premier League is a franchise T20 cricket tournament organized by EPL Pvt. It is organized in Nepal by a private group run by Amir Akhtar. It is the biggest cricket tournament in the country. It is played in a round-robin format in which the top four teams qualify for the playoffs. The first season of the tournament was held in September 2016 with six franchises comprising of domestic and international players.
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