World Record tumble as D. Arcy Short smashes 257 in 50 over match

World Record tumble as D. Arcy Short smashes 257 in 50 over match

Australian opener D. Arcy Short has made the third biggest score in the history of the domestic JLT One Day cricket tournament. Short played against the Queensland in 148 balls, with 15 fours and 23 sixes, the explosive innings of 257 runs. Thanks to his innings, Western Australia scored a huge score of 387 in 47 overs and beat Queensland by 116 runs. India’s Rohit Sharma (264 runs) and Alast Brown (268 runs) are the names of the biggest scorer in ODI history. Brown scored this in List-A in 2002, while Rohit played a scintillating innings of 264 against Sri Lanka in International Cricket. Become first Australia player to score the highest score in short list-A. He broke the record of 227 runs of Ben Dunk. Short completed 100, 150, 200 and 250 runs with sixes.

Short has debuted this year for Australia against England in June. D. Arcy short has been played total three ODIs and 10 T20 matches so far. Western Australia got a short blow to Queensland. Short played an impressive inning of 257 runs in 148 balls and in his innings he smashed 23 sixes and 16 fours. Short strike rate was 173.64 and with this, The Western Australia team scored 387 runs. In the third over when the Short came on the field for batting, the team’s score was 1 for 19, and the team’s second wicket fell in a while.

D.Arcy short hit fifty in 57 balls. In addition, he hit his first six in the 15th over. But once the half-century was completed, Short started to bat openly and made the next 50 runs in just 26 balls. In this way, Short completed his century in 83 balls.

This is the third highest innings in List A Cricket. Earlier, on June 19, 2002, Ally Brown scored 268 runs in 160 balls and Rohit Sharma scored 264 runs in 173 balls. It is clear that Short has made history by playing this explosive inning and now his team will hope that he would have continued this form in international cricket too.

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Abhishek Lohia

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