ODI Cricket: Amazing Batting Performances Of 2018
2018 was a vital year for ODI cricket as every one of the groups anticipated setting their squads for the looming 2019 World Cup. The English group squeezed its case with a phenomenal side and furthermore enlisted the most elevated score in ODI cricket.
The World Cup qualifiers likewise occurred in 2018, and we saw a couple of shocking exhibitions in Zimbabwe. This year, we saw many heavenly knocks in ODI cricket and here is a choice of the best five knocks.
Note: This rundown considers the match circumstance, pitch condition and opposition’s bowling attack.
#5 Tony Ura’s 151 Runs From A Total Of 235 Runs
The World Cup Qualifier held in Zimbabwe in March gave us a look at the rich gifts present in the Associate cricket countries. One of the pearls uncovered in the opposition was the Papua New Guinea opener Tony Ura. The PNG district has a long chronicled convention of cricket however this innings from the opener made the world take its notice.
At the point when Papua New Guinea went up against Ireland in a group match, the Irish country was required to stroll over the more fragile side. Six out of the best seven batsmen shape PNG returned for a single digit score and the group was battling at 80/6. Notwithstanding, the opener Tony Ura at the opposite end was resolved to oversee this.
In an excellent presentation of batting abilities, Ura without any help conveyed the Papuan group score past 200. He nearly conveyed the bat in the exertion and was rejected on the third bundle of the 50th over.
Ura scored 151 from 142 balls with 10 fours and six sixes while rest of his partners represented just 74 runs. Him scoring 64.25% of the team add up to is the fourth-most elevated individual rate in ODI cricket after Viv Richards, Kapil Dev and Rohit Sharma. Ireland figured out how to win the match by four wickets.
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