The batsman looking for a return to the England team hit a stormy century, scored a strike rate of 185, made the bowlers in bad condition

James Vince scored a century against Kent. (Hampshire Twitter)

In the T20 Blast being played in England, this batsman caused havoc and gave a huge score to Hampshire, in front of which Kent’s team failed miserably.

The Vitality T20 Blast being played in England has created a lot of buzz. An England batsman played a stormy innings in the match played at the Rose Bowl ground in Southampton and gave his team a strong victory. Yeh storm is created in the match played between Hampshire and Kent and the batsman who has created this furor is James Vince (James Vince) did. Hampshire beat Kent by 54 runs on the back of Vince’s century. Batting first, Hampshire scored 221 runs for the loss of three wickets. After playing the entire 20 overs, Kent’s team could score only 167 runs for the loss of eight wickets. In response to the innings that Vince played, no batsman from Kent could do wonders.

Vince had landed as an opener. He stood on the ground till the third ball of the 19th over and rained heavily for fours and sixes. Vince faced 54 balls and scored 100 runs with the help of nine fours and five sixes. During his innings, he scored runs at a strike rate of 185.18. Apart from him, Tom Prest played an innings of 52 runs in 37 balls with the help of five fours and two sixes. Joe Weatherly scored 26 not out and Ross Whiteley scored 23 not out.

Cantt did not make half century

The quality of Kent’s batting was that none of his batsmen could score even a half-century. Joe Denly came close to making a half-century. But he missed by one run. He hit one four and three sixes in 37 balls. Apart from him, Alex Black played an innings of 44 runs for which he faced 26 balls and scored 44 runs with the help of one four, four sixes. Jack Leaning scored 35 runs. Chris Wood, Nathan Ellis and James Fuller took two wickets each for Hampshire. Liam Dawson and Mason Crane took a wicket each.

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Waiting for the return of England team

Vince is waiting for his return to the England team. He has played for England in all three formats. This player played his last T20 International against West Indies on 30 January 2022. At the same time, he played his last ODI match against Pakistan on 13 July 2021. Vince has played 13 matches for England and scored 548 runs. He has scored 480 runs in 19 ODIs. At the same time, Vince has scored 463 runs in 17 T20 International matches. He has a century in ODIs. He has scored three half-centuries in Tests, two in ODIs, two in T20s.