Alyssa Healy pulverizes a record breaking 46-ball ton in 3rd T20I against Sri Lanka

first_imgAdvertisement 9xnvNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsc2Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E87bt( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) m8tWould you ever consider trying this?😱eknkCan your students do this? 🌚uaRoller skating! Powered by Firework Australian wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy has smacked a sensational 46-ball hundred against Sri Lanka in Sydney on Wednesday. With this fantastic knock she set the highest score in women’s T20I cricket. In the 3rd match of the T20I series, Healy thrashed the Lanka bowlers to reach an unbeaten score of 148 off 61 balls setting a new world record for the highest individual score in women’s Twenty20 internationals at the North Sydney Oval stadium.Advertisement Healy reached her well-deserving century in just 46 balls, which is the second fastest in the history of the women’s game. With the help of her massive innings Australia put up 226 for two in the final game of the three-match series against Sri Lanka. The 29-year-old Aussie opener reached the world record with a maximum in the final over, breaking her teammate Meg Lanning’s previous record of 133 not out set against England this July. Coincidentally, Lanning supported and admired Healy’s innings from the non-striker’s end.Advertisement Healy, who celebrated her 100th T20I two days prior, hit the Sri Lanka’s bowling attack right throughout the park and finished with 19 fours and seven sixes.Later in an interview with Fox Cricket she said, “It was just one of those days where everything seemed to come out of the middle, so I’ll take that.”Advertisement   Advertisementlast_img

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