Surrey and Middlesex 2023

T20 cricket was started to add excitement to cricket. Today this format is raising its head. Nothing is impossible in this format. Something similar was seen last night. In England’s T20 Blast, more than 500 runs were scored in the match between Surrey and Middlesex on Thursday night. Surprisingly, the target of 253 runs was achieved in 19.2 overs only.

RCB batsman hit five sixes in one over, stormy innings went in vain….

Unbelievable 506 Runs Scored

In this match, the Surrey team batted first and scored 252 runs for seven wickets in 20 overs. For Surrey, RCB’s Will Jacques scored 96 runs in just 45 balls with 8 fours and 7 sixes. Jacques also hit five sixes in just one over. Apart from him, Laurie Evans played a stormy inning of 85 runs in 37 balls. 9 fours and 5 sixes came out of Evans’ bat. Sam Curran’s bat remained silent, while captain Chris Jordan scored 16 not out.

252 runs easily chased..

Chasing the target of 253 runs, Middlesex stormed from the very first over. Captain and opener Stephen Esquinazi played a stormy inning of 73 runs in 39 balls. His fellow opener Joe Cracknell scored 36 runs in 16 balls. Where Eskinazi hit 13 fours and a six. At the same time, Cracknell hit 4 fours and 2 sixes. After this, Max Holden played an unbeaten match-winning inning of 68 runs in 35 balls. 9 fours and 2 sixes came out of his bat. However, Ryan Higgins also supported him. Higgins scored 48 runs in 24 balls with 6 fours and 2 sixes. In the end Jack Davis returned unbeaten on 11 in three balls.