For the last 15 days, the players of Rohit Sharma’s team have created a ruckus in world cricket. Now, just a day before the birthday, he beat his friend fiercely.
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New Delhi. South Africa’s stormy batsman Tristan Stubbs is creating a ruckus these days. First in a T20 match against England, he scored 72 runs in 28 balls, then in The Hundred, he thrashed his own friend fiercely. Tristan celebrated the pre-birthday celebration by hitting 4 consecutive sixes off the balls of his own country’s fellow player Tabrez Shamsi. The video of Shamsi’s hut is becoming quite viral on social media. The fans even jokingly said that who kills his own friend like this.
Star made after IPL
Tristan is being considered as the new discovery of South Africa. He was bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 20 lakh in IPL 2022. Although he was flopping badly while debuting for Rohit Sharma’s team, but his bat is running a lot these days. Born on 14 August 2000, Tristan made his international debut in June this year with a T20 match against India and dominated in 6 matches. Playing for Manchester Originals in The Hundred, he scored 27 runs in 10 balls. In his fiery innings, he hit 4 consecutive sixes.
GIF Of MI Original Blood Tristan Stubbs 4 Balls 4 Sixes . A Thread (1/1) pic.twitter.com/3Docwv798I
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Sixes hit over the head of Shamsi
With the 76th ball, Tristan started his international teammate’s thrashing. He hit an 84 meter long six over midwicket. After this, 83 meters on the next ball, another slog sweep on the third ball, 92 meters over long on and hit 89 meters over the bowler’s head on the fourth ball. He had a chance to make a record on the last ball, but on the last ball, Shamsi made him his victim. He also missed out on becoming the first player to hit 5 sixes in 5 balls in The Hundred. Manchester scored 189 for 3 on the prescribed balls, supported by Phil Salt’s unbeaten 70 and captain Jos Buttler’s 41, which Trent Rockets achieved at the loss of 2 wickets in 94 balls. Trent’s David Malan scored an unbeaten 98 off 44 balls.