Zimbabwean Player Sikandar Raza Created History, Only Player in World To Do This

 
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SL vs ZIM : T20 match was played between Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe on Sunday. Where Sri Lanka won the match by 3 wickets. Zimbabwean player Sikandar Raza's innings may not have worked for the team. But he has made a new achievement in his name. Which even veteran players like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have not been able to do till now. He has made a historical record in his name with his innings. Let us know which record he has made.

This record was made in T20 international cricket

Against Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe player Sikandar Raza played a brilliant half-century of 62 runs in 42 balls with the help of 2 sixes and 5 fours at a strike rate of 147.62. After which he created a feat. Which no player has been able to do till now. With this half-century innings, Sikandar Raza has become the first player to score 5 consecutive half-centuries in T20 International cricket.

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Even Virat and Rohit could not do this feat

It is noteworthy that in T20 International cricket, veteran players like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma could not score half-century innings 5 times in a row. However, Virat and Rohit Sharma have played half-century innings 3-3 consecutive times.

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Scored half centuries in these 5 matches

Zimbabwe's all-rounder Sikandar Raza had played 4 consecutive half-centuries in these matches in T20 cricket. Sri Lanka had earlier played a brilliant half-century of 65 runs in 42 balls against Ireland on 7 December. Before that, he had played an innings of 82 runs in 48 balls while batting aggressively against Kenya. Before that, he played a half-century of 65 runs in 37 balls against Nigeria. Whereas earlier he had scored 58 runs in 36 balls against Rwanda. He has taken a total of 13 wickets in just these seven matches.

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Publish Date: January 15, 2024

Posted By Ravi Kumar

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