Dasun Shanaka becomes 1st player to score 50 runs in Death overs of a T20I Match run Chase

The captain of the Sri Lankan team, Dasun Shanaka, has done wonders in T20 International cricket, which no batsman in the world had done so far. Dasun Shanaka played a charismatic innings in the third T20 International against Australia played on Saturday night. With this, he became the first batsman in the world to score a half-century in the death overs chasing runs in T20I cricket.

When Dasun Shanaka came to bat, everyone felt that Sri Lankan team would not be able to save this match and would face a clean sweep in the T20 series, but it did not actually happen, as captain Dasun Shanaka led the team from the front and won. crossed the threshold. He scored a total of 50 runs in 16 to 20 overs and gave the team victory. With this a record was also made.

Right-handed batsman Dasun Shanaka scored a total of 6 runs in the first 12 balls, but scored 48 runs in the next 13 balls. 2 runs in the 17th over, 21 runs in the 18th over, 12 runs in the 19th over and 15 runs in the 20th over. In this way he completed 50 runs in the death overs. No batsman has scored so many runs in the death overs in a run chase, but Dasun Shanaka has done so.


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