Michael Bevan’s Last Ball Boundary to to Win against West Indies – Sweet Memories

Michael Bevan’s Last Ball Boundary to to Win against West Indies – Sweet Memories

Michael Bevan holds the world record One Day International batting average for retired players of 53.58. In List A cricket as a whole, Bevan has an average of over 57, the highest of any player to have scored 10,000 runs in List A games (second is Dean Jones, on 46.93). Although Bevan played most of his domestic career for the New South Wales Blues, he moved to the Tasmanian Tigers for the 2004–05 season, where he continued his successes up until his retirement in January 2007. He has also played for South Australia and in England for Yorkshire, Leicestershire and Sussex. Michael Bevan’s first senior club was Weston Creek Cricket Club in Canberra.

Here is one of the best innings he played in his career. The match was played in SCG in 1996. In a match reduced to 43 overs, West Indies scored 172. It was a tight chase and superstar Bevan scored 78 and off course hit that last ball four to win the match.

To know more about his career: http://www.espncricinfo.com/australia/content/player/4144.html

 

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