Chris Cooke | Chris Cooke’s big bang in England ground, but Rishabh Pant is still number one

-Vinay Kumar Tremendous play is being seen in the Vitality Blast T20 tournament in England. The thrill of T20 Cricket is visible there as well like IPL. Interesting figures are coming out in batting and bowling. In a match played between Glamorgan and Middlesex (Middlesex v Glamorgan 2023), England wicketkeeper-batsman Chris Cooke hit a century in just 38 balls while batting. Playing for the Glamorgan team, Cook made a special record in T20 cricket by scoring a century in 38 balls. Significantly, this England wicketkeeper has now become the second wicketkeeper in the world to score the fastest century in T20 cricket. Remind you that the record of scoring the fastest century in T20 cricket is in the name of India’s wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant. Records show that Rishabh scored a century in 32 balls. Know the names of the wicket-keepers who scored the fastest century in T20 cricket. 1. Rishabh Pant: Playing for the Delhi team, he scored a century in 32 balls against Himachal Pradesh in the year 2018. 2. Chris Cooke: Chris Cooke scored a 38-ball century in 2023 against the Middlesex team while playing for Glamorgan. 3. In the year 2017, Tim Seifert hit a century in just 40 balls in the Northern Districts vs Auckland match. Also read Talking about the latest match, in the match played between Glamorgan and Middlesex (Middlesex v Glamorgan 2023), Chris Cook played an excellent inning of 113 runs with the help of 7 sixes and 12 fours in his blistering innings against Middlesex. Thanks to Cook’s century, Glamorgan’s team scored 238 runs for 3 wickets in 20 overs and gave Middlesex a target of 239 runs to win. But, chasing this huge mountain of runs, the Middlesex team could manage only 209 runs in 20 overs and lost. Significantly, this is the first century of 37-year-old Chris Cook in T20 Cricket. Records show that before this, Chris Cook played the first match in T20 Cricket in the year 2011. And, had played 140 matches earlier in his T20 cricket career so far. But, for the first time, a century came out of his bat.

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