Mark Chapman faced 75 balls against Scotland and scored an unbeaten 101 with the help of 7 sixes and 6 fours.
New Zealand won by Mark Chapman’s century
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New Delhi: Ganguly of New Zealand. You will be surprised to hear and read this. You must be thinking that you have seen Sourav Ganguly in India, now who is this Ganguly of New Zealand, who has created a ruckus. So let us tell you that this is not from Ganguly’s name but from his work. If you see its batting, then you will see exactly the same style of batting. Same way of hitting the opponents with the left hand. Using the steps to move the ball across the sky. We are talking about New Zealand batsman Mark Chapman, who has pushed Scotland’s big score to defeat by scoring an unbeaten century.
Mark Chapman’s Havoc
Mark Chapman scored a brilliant century in the only ODI against Scotland. The left-handed batsman scored an unbeaten 101 off 75 balls. Chapman hit 7 sixes and 6 fours in his innings. The strike rate was more than 134. These figures prove how much Chapman took the news of Scotland’s bowlers. Apart from him, Darrell Mitchell played an innings of 74 not out. On the basis of the century partnership of Chapman and Mitchell, New Zealand achieved the huge target of 307 runs in 45.5 overs.
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Chapman’s style is like Ganguly
Let us tell you that the style of playing of Mark Chapman is like Ganguly. This player bats amazingly against spinners. The way Ganguly went ahead and spoiled the line-length of the spinners. So is Chapman. Chapman batted similarly against Scotland. He has impressed a lot in his short career so far. Chapman has scored 2 centuries in just 7 ODI innings and his average is also beyond 50. In the T20 series against Scotland itself, this player batted very well. In the second T20, Chapman played an innings of 83 runs in 44 balls to give New Zealand a record 102-run victory. Let us tell you that New Zealand had won the T20 series 2-0 and now they won the only one-day match as well.
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