The T20 match between two big teams Australia and New Zealand. The total of 488 runs in this match scored In which New Zealand’s team scored 243 runs in 6 overs in the 20 overs. And Australia scored 245 runs chasing the target. Not only that, there were 32 sixes in the match. And in addition there were many old records broken and new records created in the match. So have look on what new records are created in this historic match.
Australia chased the biggest T20 target
Australia’s team made a world record by getting the target of 244 runs. The New Zealand team had set a target of 245 runs to win against Kangaroos, which Australia achieved by losing 5 wickets and with this, Australia made a record of achieving the biggest goal in T20 cricket.
Bulk runs scored in the match
Total 488 runs in the match, which is the second highest score in any international T20 match. The previous most runs in a T20 match were made in the match played between India-West Indies.
The most sixes hits in this match
The total of 32 sixes in the match and the record for the most joint six sixes in this match was jointly created. Earlier, there were 32 sixes in the T20 match played between India and West Indies.
Martin Guptill become the leading run scorer in T20
The explosive opener of the Kiwi team in the match, Martin Guptill scored not only a century, but also made the record of making the most runs in international T20. Guptill left McCall 2,140 and created this record. Guptill now has 2,188 runs.
Andrew Ti become third most expensive bowler in T20
Andrew Tie looted 64 runs in 4 overs in this match, which is jointly the third most expensive spell in international T20. Barry McCarthy’s record of highest score in international T20 is named after 69.
For the first time in T20 both teams first wicket partnership
The Opener batsmen of both the teams shared a partnership of more than 100 runs for the first wicket. This is the first time in the history of T20 cricket when Opener batsmen of both the teams shared more than 100 runs for the first wicket.