Harry Brooke, selected in England’s squad for the T20 World Cup, has proved his team’s decision to be right in the series against Pakistan.
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england cricket team In the last few years, many such batsmen have been entered, who do not hesitate to smash the bowlers in white ball cricket. Names like Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow, Alex Hales, Jason Roy and Liam Livingston are on everyone’s lips. Influenced by these, some more batsmen are coming out of the English cricket system. One such batsman smashed Pakistan. Name is – harry brook,
23-year-old batsman’s wrath
23-year-old right-handed batsman Harry Brooke, who has batted brilliantly in England’s domestic tournaments in the last two years, made his debut for England this year. Brook’s career may not have started very well, but he is showing his flair on the tour of Pakistan. After scoring 42 runs in the first match of the T20 series being held in Karachi, in the third match, Brooke fired off the boundaries.
First fifty in 24 balls
After a quick start from the top order, Brook, who came at number five, further accelerated the pace of runs. This explosive batsman smashed every bowler of Pakistan and batted at a strike rate of more than 200 from the beginning.
Brook scored his first half-century in T20 Internationals with the help of fours in the 16th over and to reach here, the batsman faced just 24 balls, hitting 4 sixes and 4 fours.
13 fours and sixes, big partnership
Brook, who made it to England’s World Cup squad, proved the confidence of the selectors right and said that he has the ability to smash the big bowlers. He scored an unbeaten 81 in just 35 balls, which included 8 fours and 5 sixes. Ben Duckett also hit hard with Brooke from the other end and hit his half-century. Together, for the fourth wicket, the duo put on a quick 139-run partnership in 69 balls. England scored 221 runs on the basis of their partnership.