Simi Singh Become The First Batsman To Score a Century At No 8 Position
Simi Singh set a record that no one in the history of cricket has ever done. The Indian-born Simi Singh sets a new world record in ODI history and becomes the first-ever batsman to score a century at Number 8 position. Earlier, no batsman in the ODI format in the world of cricket could score a century at number eight. The Irish cricketer has done what no one has been able to do for so long.
The third and final match of the series against South Africa will probably always be remembered by Simi Singh of Ireland. Although he has not been much talked about in his short career, he has been talked about all over the cricket world by scoring a century in the third match of the series.
Simi, who has scored 543 runs at an average of 24 in 30 matches for Ireland, has taken 34 wickets in an equal number of matches. The Irish lost 6 wickets for 92 runs to chase the big target. Simi Singh burns with the bat where the main batsmen of the team failed. He remained unbeaten on 100 off 91 balls.
Ireland ended the series in a 1-1 draw against strong South Africa. In the last match, the Irish lost to South Africa by 60 runs. In that match, Simi Singh set an impeccable record in the world of cricket. Simi Singh, of Indian descent, batted at number eight and remained unbeaten on 100 off 91 balls.
South Africa win the 3rd ODI in Malahide 👏
Simi Singh’s maiden ODI century, the highest ODI score ever by a No.8, proves to be an effort in vain as the series is tied 1-1.
— ICC (@ICC) July 16, 2021