London: The history of cricket is full of explosive and fantastic innings. Scoring centuries has become a left-handed game in today's world. But scoring centuries in T20 cricket is still out of reach of many batsmen. The T20 Blast, played in the English League, England, has seen a spectacular example of it. In fact, Josh Inglis, a 26-year-old Australian wicketkeeper-batsman, has hit an explosive century with a run chase after wicketkeeping for 20 overs.
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The match between Worcestershire and Leicester was being played in the T20 Blast. In this match against Worcestershire, Josh played a smoky and century for his team. Earlier in the match, Worcestershire batted and scored 169 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs. Leicester now had a target of 170 runs to win. Chasing the target given by Worcestershire, Leicester's team did get off to a bad start, but the result was a bang. Josh Inglis, who had stood behind the wicket and made a stump. Now they had to show some fire in front of the wicket. He also did it by scoring a smoky century in this match.
Chasing a victory target of 72 minutes, England batted for 72 minutes and hit 118 off 61 balls at a strike rate of 193.44. His innings included 10 fours and 8 sixes. That is, he scored 88 runs of his stormy century with only fours and sixes. This is Josh English's second century in the T20 Blast. Leicester were bowled out for 7 by The English century. He scored 173 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in 17.5 overs, thus giving Worcestershire a taste of 13 balls in advance.