England opener Zak Crawley hits maiden T20 hundred and won the match
England: Zak Crawley smashed the first T20 century of his career. Crawley made an unbeaten 108 runs from just 54 balls – including 14 fours and two sixes – to see the Spitfires home with ease as they chased down the target of 183 with 17 deliveries to spare.
In the T-20 blast, Kent Spitfires boosted their chances of a Vitality Blast quarter-final spot, coasting to an eight-wicket victory against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.
He became the fourth cricketer to score a century in the T20 Blast 2020. Zak against Hampshire has scored a century in just 48 balls for Kent’s team. Kent won the toss and invited Hampshire to bat first. Hampshire batted 20 overs and scored 182 runs at the loss of 6 wickets, with James Fuller scoring 50 off 23 balls and captain James Vince scoring 48 runs.
22-year-old Zak, played 8 Test matches for England, played a strong 108-run knock in this match with the help of 14 fours and 2 sixes in 54 balls. During this time his strike rate was 200.
The match was won by Kent’s team by 183 runs in 17.1 overs with 8 wickets.