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Mahela Jayawardene hits first century of MCL

Mahela Jayawardene hits first century of MCL

Sri-Lankan super star Mahela Jayawardene has become first batsman to score hundred in Masters Champions League. For playing Sagittarius Strikers in the tournament, Jayawardene smashed 124 runs in the 8th match of MCL 2016 against Libra Legends at Sharjah Cricket Stadium. Last Updated :4th February, 2016

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Shane Watson: First batsman to hit T20I century in Australia

Shane Watson: First batsman to hit T20I century in Australia

Shane Watson has become first batsman to score twenty20 international hundred in Australia. This was Watson’s first ever T20I century and he made not out 124 runs in 71 balls with the help of 6 sixes and 10 fours at an average of 174.64. This 124* score is the second ...

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Gayle equalize Yuvraj’s 12-ball fifty Twenty20 record

Gayle equalize Yuvraj’s 12-ball fifty Twenty20 record

West Indies destructive batsman Chris Gayle has equalize the fastest T20 fifty record of Yuvraj Singh. Gayle smashed 50 runs in just 12 balls to register his name in the twenty20 cricket history along with India’s Yuvraj Singh. The only difference between these two record making innings were that Yuvi ...

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Auckland vs Central Districts T20 match sets record of 31 sixes

Auckland vs Central Districts T20 match sets record of 31 sixes

New Zealand’s domestic twenty20 teams have broken the record of most number of sixes in a single T20 game. In Georgie Pie Super Smash tournament’s T20 match between Auckland and Central Districts sets the record of 31 sixes in a 20-20 cricket match. Last Updated :26th November, 2015

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List of Centuries in T20 International Cricket

List of Centuries in T20 International Cricket

A century in the game of cricket is scoring hundred or more runs by a player in a single innings. In test and ODI matches there is much time for the batsman to score a century but scoring a ton in t20 game, is not an easy task. But there ...

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