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The English batsman hit 52 fours in his record-breaking innings of 441 runs in the county’s second XI. He has also played against India
England’s 20-year-old batsman Finlay Bean did wonders. This young batsman, who once troubled the Indian batsmen, created a ruckus with his bat this time and smashed many records in an instant by scoring 441 runs. Bean did this feat against Nottinghamshire while playing for Yorkshire in the county’s second XI. He thrashed the Nottinghamshire bowlers for more than 11 hours. Bean’s first 365 runs broke the record of Marcus Trescothick, who scored 322 against Somerset 25 years ago. The next day too, he continued his explosive batting and crossed the 400-run mark in a fearless manner.
Bean hit 52 fours
Yorkshire scored more than 800 runs on the basis of Bean’s big innings. Which is a record. Yorkshire declared the innings after scoring 814 for 4 wickets. At present, Bean does not have a deal with Yorkshire, but after hitting 52 fours and 3 sixes in 518 balls, it is expected that it will now be considered. He batted for more than 11 hours including the third and fourth day of the game. His previous best performance for Yorkshire was 72. He played this innings this month.
In the second-team game at Notts, Finlay Bean finished with 441 out of @YorkshireCCC 814-7 declared. Both are competition record scores. Notts are 0-1 in their second innings, trailing by 280 on day four. Also centuries for James Wharton and Harry Duke#OneRose
— Yorkshire CCC (@YorkshireCCC) June 30, 2022
Bean has also played against India
This young explosive batsman has also represented the England Under-19 team and after a record-breaking innings, once again everyone’s attention came to him. Finlay Bean was also part of the English team that played a tri-series in 2019. He played two matches against India and troubled the Indian batsmen a lot by staying behind the wicket. Had helped the bowlers to send batsmen like Yashasvi Jaiswal, Pragnesh Durgesh to the pavilion.