Canadian batsman shined against Pakistan, hit lots of fours and sixes, made place in Rohit-Miller’s club


Canada’s Aaron Johnson scored a brilliant half-century.Johnson batted brilliantly while opening against Pakistan. Pakistan is in a do-or-die situation against Canada.

New Delhi. Canada’s opening batsman Aaron Johnson played brilliantly while batting against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup. On the difficult pitch of New York where big batsmen are seen struggling to score runs, the magic of the Canadian cricketer’s bat worked wonders. He played a brilliant innings of 52 runs in 44 balls in the match. During this, four fours and as many sixes came from his bat. However, due to continuous fall of wickets at the other end, he could not score runs very fast.

When Aaron Johnson was out, Canada’s score was 73 runs for the loss of six wickets in the 14th over. Johnson, who was trying to hit a big shot, was clean bowled by Naseem Shah. The innings of the Canadian batsman is important in many ways. So far six matches have been played on the New York pitch. During this time, the highest score here is only 137 runs. This score was made by Canada during the match against Ireland. Here, teams like India-Pakistan and South Africa have not been able to score even 120 runs in 120 balls. In such a situation, Johnson’s fifty matters against bowlers like Shaheen Afridi, Naseem Shah, Mohammad Aamir.

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Made a place in Rohit-Miller’s club
So far, only two batsmen have been able to score half-centuries in six matches on the pitch of Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York. First, Rohit Sharma played an innings of 52 runs here in the T20 World Cup match against Ireland. India won this match by eight wickets. Then a match was held here between South Africa and Netherlands. Miller played an innings of 59 runs in 51 balls while batting at number-6.

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