SA vs BAN: 7 fours, 8 sixes.. 109 runs in 56 balls.. Sensation with first century in T20 World Cup

Rousseau scored a century in just 52 balls. This is the first century in this World Cup. Rousseau’s century included seven fours and eight sixes. This is Rousseau’s second century in T20s.

South Africa came close to victory in the first match and shared the points, but in the second match, South Africa broke the bank. Scored a huge score against Bangladesh in the Group 2 Super 12 match as part of the T20 World Cup. South Africa scored 205 runs for the loss of five wickets in the allotted overs after Riley Rousseau, who made a comeback to the team, batted first with a century. Rousseau scored a century in just 52 balls. This is the first century in this World Cup. Rousseau’s century included seven fours and eight sixes. This is Rousseau’s second century in T20s. South Africa won the first toss and elected to bat in this match being held in Sydney. De Kock and Rousseau added 163 runs for the second wicket despite losing the first wicket quickly. That too in 87 balls. De Kock, who contributed well to Rousseau, scored 63 runs off 38 balls with 7 fours and 3 sixes. Tristan Stubbs who came later was dismissed for 7 runs. Rousseau, who batted more excitedly in the last phase, scored a brilliant century. While among the Bangladeshi bowlers, Shakib Al Hasan took 2 wickets, Taskin Ahmed and Asif Hussain took one wicket.

Success is a must..

Meanwhile, Bangladesh is facing a huge target. By the time Kadapati received the news, they had scored 52 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in 7 overs. Enrich Norje gave 4 runs in 2 overs and took 3 wickets. Before this match, South Africa’s victory against Zimbabwe came to the brink. Points had to be shared due to rain. So a win against Bangladesh is essential for Safaris.

Leaving the team

While Riley Rousseau left the South African team later in 2016. Represented England county team. But now the player is back in the team from the T20 series against England. Since then Rousseau has been pouring runs. It is known that South Africa toured India before the World Cup. As a part of this, Rosso got angry in the T20 match held in Indore. He remained unbeaten with 100 runs in just 48 balls. There were 7 fours and 8 sixes in this innings.

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