New Zealand opener Will Young played such an amazing shot, on which he got 7 runs, not 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6. Surprised not to know.
Will Young scored 7 runs in 1 ball
In cricket, maximum 6 runs are scored on a ball. But, the Christchurch Test (Christchurch Test) The batsman has got a little more than this. New Zealand opener Will Young (Will Young) He played such an amazing shot, on which he got 7 runs, not 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6. Surprised not to know. But it has happened. And, this view has been seen in Christchurch, where the second and last match of the Test series between New Zealand and Bangladesh is being played. This amazing scene is shown in Ross Taylor’s last international match. When the cricket fans of India were in the lap of sleep, then New Zealand batsman Will Young was doing wonders of scoring 7 runs in just 1 ball.
The occasion was the 26th over of New Zealand’s innings. The bowler was Ibadat Hossain of Bangladesh. And, on strike was New Zealand’s opener Will Young, who was playing 26 runs at this time. The last ball of the over of worship took the edge of Will Young’s bat and went to second slip, where his catch was dropped as well as a strong misfield. That is, along with giving life, Bangladesh also donated runs.
7 runs made in 1 ball like this
Well the ball was fielded on the boundary. But, the matter did not end here. Just now, Will Young stole only 3 runs by running. That’s when the bowler could not catch Nurul Hasan’s throw at the end and the ball went straight across the boundary. On a ball like this where Will Young could have been out. There he got 7 runs. And his score reached 33 runs from 26 runs.
Meanwhile, across the Tasman Sea… ️
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Will Young played a half-century innings
Will Young scored 54 runs in the first innings of the Christchurch Test. During this he faced 114 balls and hit 5 fours. This was the fifth half-century of his Test career. During this innings, he also made a century partnership with captain Tom Latham for the opening wicket. There was a big partnership of 148 runs for the first wicket between the two.
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