VIDEO: T20 WC 2021,NZ vs SCO, Fans are crazy about Trent Boult’s four-shot ‘shot’

VIDEO: T20 WC 2021, NZ vs SCO: ‘Keep the shot framed’, the batsman hits the boundary with Trent Boult in awe. New Zealand is facing Scotland in the 32nd match of the ICC T20 World Cup.

In this match, the New Zealand team won the toss and came out to bowl first and they increased the problems of the Kiwi batsmen. New Zealand scored 172 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in the match. READ| T20 WC 2021, New Zealand vs Scotland; Martin Guptill 102 meters long six, the ball fell on the top stand

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NZ vs SCO, Fans are crazy about Trent Boult

NZ vs SCO, Fans are crazy about Trent Boult’s four-shot ‘shot’ –

Chasing the target of 173 runs, Scotland got off to a great start and they had put 21 runs on the scoreboard in almost two overs, but in the third over, Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer, who opened for the team, fell victim to New Zealand’s fast bowler Trent Boult. Become. READ| T20 World Cup 2021, NZ vs SCO: New Zealand set Scotland a target of 173 runs, Martin Guptill’s half-century

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After Kotzer’s wicket fell, Scottish batsman George Munsey hit Trent Boult for a strong boundary on the sixth ball of the over. Seeing Munsey’s superb straight drive, even Trent Boult could not stop himself and praised George Munsey and said that he should keep this shot framed.

However, George Munsey could not take his innings much further and he was dismissed after scoring 22 runs in 18 balls. At the time of writing this news, the Scotland team has scored 76 runs in 10 overs for the loss of 2 wickets and they still have 8 wickets left in their hands. READ| T20 World Cup 2021 SL Captain Dasun Shanaka gave such a statement, won everyone’s heart


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