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Lyth’s score was only 14 short of the world report held by Chris Gayle of the West Indies set in the Indian Premier League in 2013 and only one shy of the second-best made by Hamilton Masakadza in the Zimbabwe domestic event in 2016. Lyth hammered seven sixes and 20 fours in his 73-ball innings to surpass Brendon McCullum’s earlier English county-best of 158 not out in 2015.
Yorkshire ended on 260 for 4 just wanting the world report made by Australia who piled up 263-Three against Sri Lanka in Pallekele in September 2016. a new world-best opening stand of 207 between Joe Denly (127) and Daniel Bell-Drummond (80 not out).
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Denly led the carnage with 127 from 66 balls, including 11 fours and 7 sixes, beating his personal Kent report rating of 116. The stand with Bell-Drummond, who was unbeaten on the end on 80, was the third highest for any wicket within the history of the competition.
It also beat the 163, a Kent report for any wicket on the time, the same two batsmen put on earlier of the season against Surrey on the Oval. However, they were run shut by Essex, for whom Varun Chopra hit a career-best T20 114, his second of the season.
His 58-ball innings included 9 sixes and 6 fours. When he was out in the 18th over, Essex was 29 runs brief with two overs to go, and they finished 11 runs adrift.
Coming to–Surrey 134 for 8 (Henriques 45, Miles 3-25) beat Gloucestershire 130 for 9 ( S Curran Four-13) by two wickets.
Fittingly, in a T20 Blast campaign that has seen Surrey stutter with each strut, a messy win has left them in control of their own future going into their final group match. Victory by two wickets over Gloucestershire,
achieved with all of the conviction of two canines in an extended coat applying for a mortgage, owed a lot to a bit of pluck as well as Gloucestershire’s own incompetence.
Boy wonder Sam Curran gave Surrey the potential for a clear passage through to the last eight with one of the spells of the season, taking 4 wickets for no runs in the house of 9 balls, which included three in his second over.
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