10 Unbreakable T20 records – Break them if you can
Updated - Jun 11, 2018 8:21 pm
Electrifying atmosphere, loud music, cheer leaders and sixes. If ODI cricket is the mid-day meal and Test Cricket is the all important dinner, then T20 is the perfect catch away breakfast with the perfect amount of spice in it. From hitting one back to the commentator box to uprooting the middle timber, from flying spectacular catches to bulls eye throws, T20 is the current fever which the world is talking about.
Let’s check out the 10 Unbreakable T20 records – Break them if you can
1. Chris Gayle’s highest T20 individual score – 175*:
A struggling Pune Warriors collided with the wrong person on a fine Tuesday afternoon. Ishwar Pandey, the leading wicket taker in Ranji trophy that season, clearly remembers his first over of the innings which got hammered for 21 runs. Finch, Mitchell Marsh and Ali Murtaza followed the trend, as Gayle galloped to a 175* off 66 balls.
He smashed 17 maximums and 13 fours, while quenching his thirst. Gayle brought up his fifty facing 17 balls, while reached the next milestone in another 13 balls. RCB posted 263 runs on the board, as the Calypso King carried his bat to a world record.