Andre Russell’s ‘fastest’ century and the hat-trick in the CCL match

Andre Russell's 'fastest' century and the hat-trick in the CCL match

CPL 2018: In the Caribbean Premier League, Andre Russell has done that, and everyone is stunned. Russell also took a hat-trick in the same match and also scored a century.

Runs of runs have begun in the Caribbean Premier League. On Friday, 448 runs were scored in 4 hours in the match played between Trinbago Knight Riders and Jamaica Thaliva. Records in this match seemed to be fought. Jamaica Thaliva captain Andre Russell defeated Shahrukh Khan’s team Trinbago Knight Riders on a lone basis. The target of 224 runs by Russell’s team in 19.3 overs surprised everyone.

These matches were very special for Russell. Russell hit the knockout century in this match as well as the hat-trick during bowling. Russell, who made a century and hat-trick in the same match in T20 cricket, is just another cricketer before that Denly has done so. Russell, after leaving Denly, scored a 121-ball knot. Denly has 102 runs and hat-trick in a T20 match.

Russell hit a century in 40 balls, which was also the fastest century in CPL. Apart from this Jamaica Thawaiwa also achieved the biggest target of CPL. The Jamaican Thaliva was five wickets at 41 runs. After this, Russell made a storm like that. Russell scored 121 runs off 49 balls with 13 sixes and six fours.

Sale completed his fifties on just 18 balls. After this, he completed his second century in CPL. Thanks to this century Jamaica achieved the target of 224 by losing 6 wickets in 19.3 overs. This is the fastest century in the history of CPL. Russell combined with Kenar Lewis for a record partnership of 161 runs for the sixth wicket. Levin played an unbeaten inning of 51 off 35 balls with 4 fours and 2 sixes.

During the bowling, he took wickets of Brendon McCullum, Darren Bravo and Denesh Ramdin for three consecutive balls. Russell hit 38 runs in three overs and hit three wickets. McCullum played a magnificent inning of 56 off 27 balls.

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