10 Remarkable Cricket Performance of the year 2017

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    10 Remarkable Cricket Performance of the year 2017 in Men’ One Day and Twenty 20 International till Date
    Kedar Jadhav of Indian Men’s One Day International Cricket Team scored 120 of mere 76 balls coming at no six when Indian team were reeling at 63 for 4 in the mammoth chase of 351 when required run rate has been very stiff at 7.55 with around 38 overs still to go and most of the legendary line up already in pavilion in the first One Day International Cricket Match for Men between India and England. He was involved with Captain Virat Kohli in record partnership of 200 for the fifth wicket.
    Virat Kohli of Indian Men’s One Day International Cricket Team scored 122 after he was stranded at precarious 63 for 4 in the mammoth chase of 351 when required run rate has been very stiff at 7.55 with 38.1 overs still to go and most of the legendary line up already in pavilion with hopes resting on fresh shoulders in the first One Day International Cricket Match for Men between India and England. He was involved with Kedar Jadhav in record partnership of 200 for the fifth wicket.
    Yuvraj Singh of Indian Men’s One Day International Cricket Team scored 150 of 127 balls his highest score in One Day International Cricket for men, in a comeback series after a gap of around three years, amidst trying situation when 2 wickets were already back to pavilion at the end of mere 3 overs in the second One Day International Cricket Match for Men between India and England. He along with MS Dhoni was involved a record partnership of 256 runs enabling the final score to reach a mammoth 381 runs.
    MS Dhoni of Indian Men’s One Day International Cricket Team scored 134 of 122 deliveries after coming at precarious situation when Indian team were already 3 wickets down at 25 after 4.4 overs in the second One Day International Cricket Match for Men between India and England. He along with Yuvraj Singh was involved a record partnership of 256 runs enabling the final score to reach a mammoth 381 runs.
    Eoin Morgan of England Men’s One Day International Cricket Team scored 102 of mere 81 balls in a chase of Hercules 382 bring his team to near impossibility of winning range in the second One Day International Cricket Match for Men between India and England when his sudden run out changed the equation of the match and the fortune of his team.
    Mathew Wade of Australian Men’s One Day International Cricket Team scored 100 run a ball after coming at helping struggling scenario when the team’s score was reading 78 runs for 5 wickets to bring some respectability to the team setting a target of 268 runs which eventually proved a winning knock for the team in the first One Day International Cricket Match for Men between Australia and Pakistan.
    David Miller of South African Men’s Twenty20 International Cricket Team scored 40 runs at mere 18 balls to set up a huge score for his team when the team was still struggling at 54 for 3 which proved too much for the opposition in their chase in the first Twenty20 International Cricket Match for Men between South Africa and Sri Lanka.
    Kedar Jadhav of Indian Men’s One Day International Cricket Team carried his bat to a fighting 90 runs of mere 75 balls coming at no six when Indian team were chasing at huge total of 316 and eventually falling short of one stroke along with the fortune of the team in the third One Day International Cricket Match for Men between India and England.
    Jasprit Bumrah of Indian Men’s Twenty20 International Cricket Team defending 8 runs in the last over bowled in the second Twenty20 International Cricket Match for Men between India and England. He conceded only one run and took two wickets in the process to level the series.
    Marcus Stoinis of Australian Men’s One Day International Cricket Team scored 146 not out coming at no seven and took 3 wicket for 49 runs of his quota of 10 overs in the First One Day International Men’s Cricket Match between Australia and New Zealand Chappell-Hadlee Trophy.

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