London: The history of cricket is full of explosive and brilliant innings. Scoring a century has become a left-handed game in today’s world. But scoring a century in T20 cricket is still out of reach for many batsmen. A great example of this has been seen in the T20 Blast played in the English League of England. Actually, 26-year-old Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Josh Inglis has scored an explosive century by chasing one run after keeping wickets for 20 overs.
The match was being played between Worcestershire and Leicester in T20 Blast. In this match against Worcestershire, Josh played a smoky and a century for his team. Earlier in the match, Worcestershire scored 169 runs in 20 overs for the loss of 6 wickets. Leicester now had a target of 170 runs to win. Chasing the target given by Worcestershire, Leicester’s team started poorly, but the result was a bang. Josh Inglis made the stump standing behind the wicket. Now he had to show some fire in front of the wicket. He also did this feat by hitting a smoky century in this match.
Chasing a winning target of 72 minutes, England batted for 72 minutes and scored 118 runs in 61 balls at a strike rate of 193.44. His innings included 10 fours and 8 sixes. That is, he scored 88 runs of his stormy century with the help of only fours and sixes. This is Josh English’s second century in T20 Blast. Leicester were bowled out for 7 by The English Century. He scored 173 runs in 17.5 overs for the loss of 3 wickets, thus giving Worcestershire a taste of 13 balls already.