Everyone knows the game of Andre Russell, the explosive batsman of the West Indies cricket team. The Caribbean star is on the field at times but the opposition bowlers are not doing well.
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Mumbai: West Indies (West Indies) is the explosive batsman of the cricket team Written by Andre Russell (Andre Russell) Everyone has an idea about the game. The Caribbean star is on the field at times but the opposition bowlers are not doing well. Sixty in West Indies (66) saw this scene in the competition. Playing for Basseterre Trinbago Knight Riders, Russell scored 72 runs off just 24 balls. The highlight of this match was Russell hitting six sixes against the center Kits and Nevis Patriots team. Andre Russell’s on-field fireworks repaid the crowd that thronged the stadium to watch the game. Andre Russell hit five fours and eight sixes in his innings.
Six sixes in six balls in two overs
This aggressive avatar of Andre Russell was seen in the 7th over. Dominic Drake was bowling the seventh over for St. Kitts. Russell hit Drake for a six off the third, fourth, fifth and sixth balls of this over. Then John Russ, who bowled the eighth over, hit Jagezer’s first two balls for a six. He is among the selected players in the history of cricket to have hit six sixes in six balls.
The toss was lost in this match
Trinbago Knight Riders team lost the toss and went to bat in this match. Batting first, he set a target of 156 runs to win against Center Kits and Nevis Patriots. Chasing this target, St. Kitts scored 152 runs losing four wickets in the stipulated over. Sherfan Rutherford, who came to bat in the lower order, scored an explosive 50 runs off 15 balls. But he could not win the team with this innings.
Andre Russell six sixes in six consecutive sixes in the tournament.
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Great bowling from Anderson Phillips
Anderson Phillip bowled well for Trinbago Knight Riders in this match. He took three wickets for 17 runs in 2 overs. Phillip dismissed Andre Fletcher (33), Evin Lewis (7) and Dwold Brewis (0).