The second T20 match of the series being played at Mount Maunganui between West Indies and New Zealand saw strong rain of fours and sixes. New Zealand, playing first in this match against the West Indies, scored a mountain-like score of 238 runs for three wickets. In it, the record-breaking century of aggressive batsman Glenn Phillips played at number four. (NZ vs WI second T20)
scored 108 runs off 51 balls
New Zealand’s score was two wickets for 53 runs in 6.2 overs when Phillips when Glenn Phillips came to the crease against the West Indies. But after this, he hit a fours sixes and set the fastest T20 century for New Zealand. Phillips completed the hundred off 46 balls.
He scored 108 runs off 51 balls before being dismissed. The amazing thing is that out of these 88 runs, he made only 18 balls with the help of 10 fours and 8 sixes. This is Philips’ first T20 century. On the ball of Fabian Allen, who came to the 13th over, he also hit three consecutive sixes.
Devon scored 65 runs off 37 balls
in addition to Phillips, Devon Conway also hit a half-century for New Zealand in this match. He scored 65 not out in his inning of 37 balls, hitting 4 fours and four sixes. Opener Martin Guptill contributed 34 runs off 23 balls. Chemo Paul was the most expensive bowler for the West Indies, scoring 64 runs in four overs of his quota. (NZ vs WI second T20)
Glenn Phillips has played the 1st Test match for New Zealand while participating in 12 T20 matches. While he scored 52 runs in Tests, he has 162 runs in 12 matches in the T20 format. During this time, his strike rate was 110.20 while the average was 16. Before this match in T20 cricket, he had just a half-century in his name.