New Delhi: In the match played between England and Pakistan on Tuesday under the Women's T20 World Cup, England's batsmen wreaked such havoc that the world was stunned. Batting first, the batsmen of the English team scored 213 runs in 20 overs, the highest score in the history of the Women's T20 World Cup. Where opener Danny Watt hit 59 runs in 33 balls, on the other hand, star batsman Nat Seaver Brunt, who came to bat at number four, played such a blistering innings that cricket lovers sat with their fingers under their teeth. He hit an unbeaten 81 in 40 balls at a strike rate of over 200. Nat Brunt hit 12 fours-1 six in his stormy unbeaten innings.
Amazing timing hit six
Nat Brunt hit a six with amazing timing in his brilliant innings. This scene was seen in the 16th over. As soon as Pakistani bowler Tuba Hasan bowled the fourth ball of this over, Nat Brunt went ahead and hit such a six over deep extra cover that there was a panic in the Pakistani camp. Nat Brunt's stormy batting can be gauged from the fact that he hit boundaries in almost every over.
A stunning performance with the bat!
We became the first team to pass 200 at a Women's T20 World Cup!
Scorecard: https://t.co/TeqEjKWEy2#ENGvPAK , #T20WorldCup pic.twitter.com/9iDMegt112
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) February 21, 2023
Amy Jones created mutiny
Along with Nat Brunt, wicket-keeper batsman Amy Jones, who landed at number six, also played a stormy innings. He hit 47 runs in 31 balls hitting 5 fours and 1 six. England made a world record by scoring 213 runs in 20 overs thanks to the brilliant innings of Denny, Nett and Jones.