The season of IPL 2021 is yet to come. But before that, the month of Big Bash is on in Australia. The fireworks of runs in Cricket Australia’s T20 League continue loudly. The fun came when Sydney Thunder hanged the biggest score in BBL history on the score board while playing against Sydney Sixers.
In the match, the Sydney Sixers won the toss and fielded the first Sydney Thunder to bat. The Thunder’s debut was not a big bang, but its outcome was strong. In this, the role of England batsman Alex Hales was the most important, who tied the bat with his strike rate of around 200.
Alex Hales batted at a strike rate of 196.43 in the match. He faced 56 balls and scored 110 runs. Hales had 9 fours and 8 sixes in this explosive innings. During this century strike, Hales made 3 half-century partnerships for the second, third and fourth wickets. Hales added 69 runs with Ferguson for the second wicket. He added 53 runs for the third wicket with Sam Billings, while sharing a 54-run partnership with Ben Cutting for the fourth wicket.
Sydney Thunder scored the biggest score
The back-to-back 3 partnerships and Hales’ strong century had the effect that Sydney Thunder scored 232 for 5 wickets in 20 overs playing the first. This score became the biggest score in the history of the Big Bash League. The Sydney Sixers tried a lot to chase this big target but they missed it by 46 runs.