Eire’s Kevin O’Brien is broadly thought to be one of the explosive batsmen from the nation. He made his identify with some swashbuckling innings on the worldwide stage, and is greatest remembered for his 113 towards England within the group levels of 2011 World Cup.
En-route the innings, he additionally broke the document for quickest century in World Cups, reaching the three-figure mark in merely 50 deliveries.
On Thursday, O’Brien was in an analogous temper – solely that this time, his explosive batting might pressure him to bear some private bills.
Throughout an Inter-Provincial T20 Match in Eire, O’Brien, who represents Leinster Lightning, smashed a six so large that the ball sailed over the stadium and hit the window of his personal automobile.
Cricket Eire posted an image of a smashed windscreen on their official Twitter profile.
????: KEVIN O’BRIEN SMASHES SIX…
— Cricket Eire (@Irelandcricket) August 27, 2020
With rain forcing the match to cut-short to 12 overs-per-side, Kevin O’Brien opened the batting, scoring 82 runs off simply 37 deliveries. He hit 3 fours and eight sixes all through the innings as his aspect secured a 24-run victory.
O’Brien took to Twitter to react to the six. He wrote, “Didn’t want the air-con on the drive as much as you lads. Rolling on the ground laughing unreal service as soon as once more. By no means fails to disappoint. I’ll park additional away subsequent time #BestInTheBusiness.”
Didn’t want the air-con on the drive as much as you lads. ???? unreal service as soon as once more. By no means fails to disappoint. I’ll park additional away subsequent time ???? #BestInTheBusiness https://t.co/tNKTG0tRLA
— Kevin O’Brien (@KevinOBrien113) August 27, 2020
The 36-year-old batsman, who is likely one of the most skilled cricketers within the Irish worldwide aspect, was a part of the three-match ODI collection towards England early in August, which kickstarted the Cricket World Cup Tremendous League.
Eire famously defeated England within the remaining match of the collection and O’Brien performed a useful position with the bat, remaining unbeaten on 21 off 15 deliveries to make sure Eire’s win, with just one ball to spare.
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