CPL: This player was a super flop in the World Cup, now it rained sixes
Kingston. After almost two months of passing, hardly anyone has missed the World Cup title match. Despite all the efforts, New Zealand faced defeat in the title match for the second time in a row. Although the New Zealand star batsmen could not walk in the tournament, the Kiwi team led by Kane Williamson reached the finals due to the team's efforts and also gave a tough fight there. Kiwi star batsman Colin Munro's bat could not be played throughout the tournament, but he has rained fours and sixes in the Caribbean Premier League.Playing for Trinbago Knight Riders, Munro scored an unbeaten 96 off 50 balls against Jamaica Tallawahs.
In his innings, he hit six fours and eight sixes. On the basis of Manro's innings, Trinbago scored the third highest score in T20 history. Batting first, Trinbago scored 267 runs for the loss of two wickets in the scheduled over. In response, Jamaica scored 226 runs in the scheduled over and lost the match by 41 runs.
In the same World Cup held in the same year, Manre (Colin Munro) had the highest score of 58 not out. He played six matches in the World Cup. Except for just one match, he could not score more than 30 runs in any match. 4
58 not out against Sri Lanka, 24 against Bangladesh, 22 against Afghanistan, nine against South Africa, zero against West Indies and only 12 against Pakistan.
Apart from Manin (Colin Munro), Karen Pollard also batted with fire and scored an unbeaten 45 off 17 balls. He hit four fours and three sixes in his innings. Simmons scored 86 runs off 42 balls. Trinbago suffered two setbacks as Sunil Narayan and Simmons. In reply, Glenn Phillips scored 62 runs for Jamaica. Phillips played a brilliant innings with the help of seven fours and four sixes in 32 balls. Apart from him, captain Chris Gayle could score 39 runs.