Such havoc with the bat! Scored 90 runs in 20 balls with fours and sixes, 260 runs target completed before 30 overs, match over

New Delhi. The 3-match series being played between South Africa and West Indies has ended in a 1-1 draw. On Wednesday, March 21, the host won the last and decisive match of the series on the basis of the explosive batting of Heinrich Klaasen. Batting first, the West Indies team scored 260 runs thanks to 72 runs from opener Brandon King. In response, South Africa achieved the target by losing 6 wickets in just 29.3 overs on the basis of Klaasen’s stormy innings of 119 runs. The first match of the series was washed away in the rain while the second match was won by the West Indies.

The South African team made a blistering performance against the West Indies to win the third match of the ODI series and get a 1-1 draw. After losing the toss, only West Indies opener Brandon King managed to spread his fire.

He scored an inning of 72 runs in 72 balls with the help of 11 fours and 1 six. Apart from this, Nicholas Pooran’s 39 while Jason Holder’s innings of 36 contributed to the team reaching a respectable score of 260 runs.

Klaasen wreaks havoc, host creates history

South Africa achieved the target of 260 runs from the West Indies in 3 balls after the completion of 30 overs. South Africa has become the first team in the world to do so. The target above 250 runs was not achieved by any team before 30 overs. A stormy inning of 113 runs was seen with the bat of Heinrich Klaasen. During this innings, he took 20 balls across the boundary. Scored a total of 15 fours and hit 5 sixes. Meaning he scored 90 runs in just 20 balls. Apart from this, Marco Janson’s innings of 43 runs off 33 balls contributed to the game win.

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