Morgan Hits World Record Against Afghanistan

Up until this point, the record was held by Indian opener Rohit Sharma. He scored 16 sixes in an innings in the twofold century against Australia at the 2013 home ground. He has kept this record for himself for quite a while. This time his record was broken by English skipper Ian Morgan.

Today, Morgan scored the record of 17 sixes in the match against Afghanistan in the World Cup on Tuesday. Not just that, the English batsmen have hit the greatest number of sixes in one innings in one-day cricket. They murdered 25.

Mortaza scored 148 keeps running in 71 balls with only 71 keeps running in this match. There are four appearances.

Britain likewise made the greatest ever World Cup ever. Has scored 397 runs Earlier, against Bangladesh, the greatest all out was 386 runs. Did this England

Aside from Morgan’s 148, Jonny Bairstow scored 99 keeps running in 99 balls, Joe Root scored 88 off 88 balls. To make the enormous accumulation of the gathering which assumes the greatest job.

On this day Afghan bowlers were totally powerless. Rashid Khan, one of the best leg spinners on the planet, has not scored a poor bowling record. He burned through 110 keeps running in nine overs.

Australia’s Mike Lewis, be that as it may, holds the record for the most exceedingly terrible ball. He scored 113 keeps running in 10 overs against South Africa in 2006.