sean abbott 34 ball century in t20 fourth fastest t20 blast
Abbott hit 11 sixes
Surrey’s start was nothing special in this match. None of the top-5 batsmen of the team could reach even 20 runs. In the 12th over, the team had lost 5 wickets for 94 runs. Then Sean Abbott took the lead. At one time he was playing on 14 runs off 13 balls. But after that the destroyer started batting. Abbott completed his fifty off 23 balls. After Fifty hit a century in 11 balls. He remained unbeaten on 110 off 41 balls with the help of 4 fours and 11 sixes.
4th fastest century
The century in 34 balls is the joint fourth fastest century in T20s. Australia’s Andrew Symonds also scored a century for Kent in 2004 in England in 34 balls. Chris Gayle holds the record for the fastest century in 30 balls. He scored a century for RCB in IPL 2013 in 30 balls. India’s Rishabh Pant 32 and South Africa’s Vihaan Lubbe have scored T20 centuries in 33 balls.
Surrey won by 41 runs
Surrey won the match by 41 runs. Sean Abbott shared a 129-run partnership with Jordan Clarke for the sixth wicket. The team put a difficult target in front of Kent by scoring 223 runs for 5 wickets. In response, Kent’s team could only manage 182 runs for 7 wickets.