In the T20 tournament Super Smash being played in New Zealand, Logan van Beek has targeted 4 batsmen for only 15 runs.
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If you follow in the footsteps of your father, you must have seen many. But, there is a little twist in this interesting story of cricket. Here a grandson has followed in his grandfather’s footsteps. We are talking about Logan Bain Beek, who plays international cricket from the Netherlands. The 32-year-old Logan is in the news because he has targeted 4 batsmen for only 15 runs in the Super Smash T20 tournament being played in New Zealand.
Now tell about this wonder of Logan Bain Beek in detail, before that just get acquainted with his background. Logan is the grandson of Sammy Gullen. Sammy played cricket for both West Indies and New Zealand. Logan, who followed in his grandfather’s footsteps, remained the same. He has played under-19 cricket for New Zealand before making his international debut for the Netherlands. He was also a part of the New Zealand team in the Under 19 T20 World Cup in the year 2010. Not only this, he has also represented New Zealand in the Under 19 Basketball Championship.
Took 4 wickets for 15 runs in 4 overs
Now coming to the recent performance of Logan Bain Beak, which he did in Super Smash. The match was between the teams of Auckland and Wellington playing in Super Smash. In this match, Auckland batted first and scored 118 runs for 8 wickets in 18 overs. From Wellington, Logan dropped 4 wickets for 15 runs.
These batsmen were targeted
He made the first victim of opener George Worker. After that took the second wicket as Kyle Jamieson. While the third victim was done by the captain of Auckland. At the same time, the fourth and last wicket was taken by Louis Delpot. Meaning, Logan took wickets of every order in his name.