Brother-in-law lay heavy on brother-in-law on the cricket field, he was beaten to the fullest! Hitting the first century of SA20 gave the team victory

New Delhi. If there is a fight between brother-in-law and brother-in-law on the cricket field, then the match becomes equally interesting. In such a situation, if there is Faf Duplesey, then what to say. Du Plessis is captaining the Joburg Super Kings in the SAT20 league being played for the first time in South Africa. He scored a century against Durban Super Giants. This is the first century of SA20. Duplessi hit an unbeaten 113 in just 58 balls and gave his team Joe Berg Super Kings an 8-wicket win with 5 balls to spare.

Interestingly, Faf Duplesey scored this century against his brother-in-law Hardus Villon’s team. Please tell that Duplessis’s sister, Remy Rainers, is married to Hardas. Hardus has played one Test for South Africa. In this fight on the field, the brother-in-law got the better of his brother-in-law. Faf put the class of every bowler of Durban Super Giants. This also includes his brother-in-law Hardus Villon. Hardus gave away 40 runs in his 3.1 overs. Duplesey scored at a strike rate of 194. But, against his brother-in-law, his bat caught fire and scored runs against Hardus with a strike rate of close to 250. Duplessy hit 36 ​​runs off Hardus’ 14 balls.

Duplessy thrashed his brother-in-law fiercely!
In this match, Durban Super Giants captain Quinton Dickock won the toss and batted first. Playing first, Super Giants scored 178 runs for 6 wickets in 20 overs. Heinrich Klaasen scored 65 runs in 48 balls for Durban Super Giants. Apart from him, opener Kyle Meyers scored an inning of 28 runs in 15 balls. Chasing a target of 179 runs, the opening pair of captain Faf Duplesey and Reeza Hendricks laid the foundation for the victory of Joburg Super Kings. Both added 157 runs in 16.3 overs for the first wicket. Riza got out after scoring 45 runs. But, Duplessi completed his century.

Tags: Faf du Plessis, IPL 2023, Quinton de Kock, rcb, south africa

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