T10 cricket, this batsman missed a double century, scored 193 runs in 43 balls, and made this world record
Now the day is not far when any batsman will score a double century in T10 cricket. In European cricket, a batsman has now raised such hopes by scoring 193 runs in just 43 balls. An unknown batsman missed his first double-century in T10 cricket by just seven runs. His name is Hamza Salim Dar.
However, based on this inning, Dar has taken the world record of scoring the highest score in an innings of T10 cricket. In this match played between Catalunya Jaguar and Sohal Hospitaltet, the Jaguar team scored a huge score of 257 runs without losing any wickets in the stipulated 10 overs. In this inning, Hamza Saleem Dar scored 193 runs in only 43 balls.
In his innings, he hit 22 sixes and 14 fours. Earlier, Lewis Du Plooy held the world record for playing the biggest innings in T10 cricket. He scored 163 runs on 40 balls in a match.