Andre Russell: In The Hundred, Andre Russell set fire, blasting the bowlers and overturned the match in 5 balls

New Delhi: West Indies’ explosive all-rounder Andre Russell is wreaking havoc with his batting in The Hundred tournament being played in England. In the 18th match of the tournament, Russell blew up the Southern Brave bowlers while playing for Manchester Originals. Russell played an innings of 64 runs in just 23 balls with the help of 6 fours and 5 sixes. During this his strike rate was 278.26. In this innings, Russell scored 24 runs in five consecutive balls by hitting two sixes and three fours on the bowling of Michael Hogan.

Russell remained unbeaten during his batting, due to which his team Manchester Original put up a mountain-like score of 188 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in 100 balls. Before Russell, the team’s captain Jos Buttler also took a lot of information about the bowlers. He played a blistering innings of 68 runs in 42 balls. Butler also hit three fours and five sixes in his innings. Apart from Butler, Philip Salt scored 38 runs in 22 balls for Manchester.

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Chasing the huge target of 189 runs given by Manchester, Southern’s team could play only 84 balls in which they scored 120 runs. In this way, the Manchester team won the match by 68 runs.

For Southern, George Garten scored the most in this match with 25 runs. Apart from this, Quinton de Kock and Ross Whiteley contributed 21 runs each while captain James Vince scored 20 runs.

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At the same time, Paul Walter took the most three wickets for Manchester in the bowling. Apart from this, Matthew Parkinson and Tristan Stubbs took two wickets each, while Sean Abbott and Tom Hartley also took one wicket each.

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