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Johnson Charles and Quinton de Kock createdc history in T20

Many records were made in the second T-20 match played between South Africa and
West Indies. When there was a tsunami of runs, it rained fours and sixes. Many world
records were broken even after taking oath, new records were also made, then in this
report we tell you that finally the second T20 match was played between South Africa
and West Indies. How many records were made in it and how many records were made
and broken in Jaanu Sona Miyan and in the second T-20 match between South Africa
and West Indies In the record sales team, Nashik defeated the Caribbean team, but it
proved that wherever there is talk of records in cricket, the name of the Proteas team
will come. Whether it is ODI or T20, America’s name comes first in the record book. It
took two centuries in the second T20 match. More than 500 runs were also scored. It
also rained fours and sixes. West Indies scored 258 runs in which he scored 40
centuries while South Africa scored 259 runs in which Thandi also changed the pages
of his century-studded fellow cricket history and broke all T-20 records. South Africa’s
team has become number one in terms of records in T20. In this match, the biggest
Ranjith in T20 happened. Biggest run required in T20s. The name of South Africa has
been registered. Target of 259 runs in the second T-20 match against West Indies 18.5
Votes not changed. This is the world record for the biggest run chase in any T20
match. Most runs scored in a match. Till now the figure of 500 runs in T20 was not
touched in any match. This happened in the South Africa vs West Indies T20
International match. In this match played in Centurion, a total of 507 runs were scored
by both the teams. West Indies scored 259 runs in 258 overs. Apart from this, in the
power play of T20, the figure of 100 has also been crossed for the first time in six
overs. South Africa made it past 100 runs in 5.3 more overs.

South Africa had scored 102 runs. Earlier, West Indies scored 98 against Sri Lanka in

  1. Along with this, the record of most fours and sixes in a T-20 match has also been
    named in this match. The most number of fours and sixes in a match was his 3:30.
    This record was made in the match of Belguri and Shayariyan. South Africa vs West
    Indies match total 22 sixes were hit by West Indies and South Africa. A total of 40
    wickets were scored by both the teams in this match. Earlier, in the year 2015, the
    names of South Africa and West Indies held the record for the most number of fours in
    a match i.e. 44. Simultaneously the fastest half-century and 100 runs in T20s was
    scored by Johnson Charles of West Indies in 39 balls. Earlier, Chris Gayle of West
    Indies had scored a century in 47 balls. In the same T20, Peacock scored the fastest
    half-century for South Africa, who faced 15 balls and scored a century in this match.
    Even before this, this record was in the name of Konton Dickock.Because he had earlier
    hit a half-century for South Africa in the T20 International off 17 balls. The West Indies
    and South Africa series are going on very exciting. The rain of runs has been seen in
    both the matches. Baithi won the first match while America registered a record win in
    the second match. It would not be wrong to say that there is a lot of good news for the
    teams before IPL because every player is doing full form of IPL. Now it has to be seen
    how many more world records will be made in the coming matches.

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