- Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi named 1000+ runs and 98 wickets after Alice Perry
- Parry scored 47 against England and took a wicket
Sports desk Australia’s all-rounder Alice Perry became the first cricketer to take 1000 wickets in international T20 as well as taking 100 wickets. He achieved this feat in the Second T20 of the Women’s Essex Tour against England. Parry scored 47 runs in this innings. He finished the World T20 final in November last year by completing 100 wickets in England’s Natalie Sewer. Australia defeated England by 7 wickets at Hove County Ground.
Shakib names 1000+ runs and 88 wickets
Pakistan’s all-rounder Shahid Afridi has scored 1416 runs, but he could not take 100 wickets. Their names are 98 wickets. They have retired. The second place is Bangladesh’s all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan. Shakib has scored 1471 runs so far. Their names are 88 wickets.
England decided to bat first before winning the toss in this match. He scored 121 runs in 8 overs in 8 overs. For him, Tommy Beaumont has scored 43 runs. Captain Heather Knight and bowler Sophie Axlusten contributed 17-17 runs. Perry dismissed England’s opener Amy Ellen Jones.
Aussies, chasing the target, scored 122 runs in 3 wickets in 17.5 overs. For him, Parry scored 47 runs. Captain Meg Lenning scored 43 runs. Both shared an unbeaten 87 for the fourth wicket. 28-year-old Perry hit four fours and a six in 39 balls.
Parry said – we also play as men
Parry said on the record, “It’s cute, but I did not know about it, we play as well as men, so I’ve played a lot of matches.” More than 100. I think that when you get 100 matches If you have played, you can get close to it. ‘