The short format means a chorus of fours and sixes. In T20 cricket where only the batsmen have the most impact, a very rare feat has been recorded recently. The CSA T20 Challenge League, which is being held in South Africa, has set a world record. In the recent match between Titans and Knights, 501 runs were recorded together. This is the first time in the history of T20 cricket that so many runs have been recorded in a match.
In the match between Titans-Knights, the batters of both the teams were agitated. Scored 501 runs overall with 33 fours and 36 sixes. With this, they broke the record of 497 runs, which was the previous highest score in the T20 format (combined by both teams). In 2016, as part of the Super Smash League, in the match between Central Districts and Otago, 497 runs were recorded between the two teams. As far as international cricket is concerned, 489 runs were recorded in the match between India and West Indies in 2016.
Meanwhile, in the match against the Knights, Titans batsman Devald Brevis (162; 13 fours, 13 sixes) was agitated with a destructive innings. As a result, the team represented by him scored 271 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. As part of Kondanta’s target, the Knights team could only score 230 runs in the allotted overs. With this, Titans won by 41 runs.
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