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The Hundred: This batsman rained on fire in The Hundred, got a half-century in 15 balls, kept watching Maxwell and Du Plessis

The 13th match of The Hundred tournament in England was played between Northern Superchargers and London Spirit. In this match, legends like Glenn Maxwell and Faf du Plessis landed on the field, who are not interested in any identity and they blew the bowlers in their familiar style in the match, but despite this, domestic cricketer Adam Rossington robbed the gathering. Adam Rossington created a sensation in the match by hitting the fastest fifty in the history of The Hundred. Adam Rossington scored 50 runs in just 15 balls for London Spirit in this 100-ball match. His total innings was 66 runs, in which he also hit 7 sixes in 25 balls. During this his strike rate was 264. It was due to Rossington’s explosive innings that the London team defeated Northern Supercharger by 7 wickets.

In the match, the team of Northern Supercharger scored 143 runs for 5 wickets with the help of captain Faf du Plessis’s explosive half-century in this 100-ball match. During this, Du Plessis played an innings of 56 runs in 35 balls which included 6 fours and 2 sixes. Apart from Du Plessis, Adam Hoss scored 30 runs in 14 balls.

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Chasing the target of 144 runs by Northern, the team of London Spirit, Daniel Bell-Drummond with Rossington on the side came out to bat. Although Daniel returned to the pavilion after scoring just 15 runs, Rossington continued to thrash the bowlers. Meanwhile, Glenn Maxwell, who came out to bat at number three, also started off from the second drop.

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Maxwell played an explosive innings of 43 runs in 25 balls. During this he also hit 6 fours and a six. Apart from this, Daniel Lawrence played an innings of 18 runs in 16 balls.

The result of the stormy innings of Rossington and Maxwell was that the London team registered a bang with 66 balls to spare, losing just three wickets.




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