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MLC 2023: [WATCH] Dwayne Bravo Hits A Monstrous Six Off Anrich Nortje

MLC 2023: [WATCH] Dwayne Bravo Hits A Monstrous Six Off Anrich Nortje

All-round Dwayne Bravo is one of the most powerful hitters in world cricket. His batting prowess was once again on display during Texas Super Kings’ match against Washington Freedom in Major League Cricket 2023 on Monday, July 17 at Dallas. He smashed Anrich Nortje for a monstrous six during the match.

The incident took place during the eighteenth over of the second innings. The Texas Super Kings’ needed 56 runs off the final three overs to win the game. On the second delivery of the over, Anrich Nortje bowled a shortish delivery to Dwayne Bravo. The mighty all-rounder was expecting the short ball and backed away to make room. He pulled it with disdain for a 106m long six. Bravo also slammed a couple of boundaries towards the end of the over to score 17 runs off the over.

Watch Dwayne Bravo’s six here:

Dwayne Bravo’s heroics in vain as Washington Freedom snatch victory

Dwayne Bravo’s terrific knock against Washington Freedom went in vain as the Texas Super Kings lost by six runs in the Major League Cricket 2023 season. Batting at number 7, the West Indies cricketer slammed five boundaries and six sixes to keep his team in the hunt, chasing 163 runs. He scored 76 runs off just 39 deliveries at a strike rate of 194.87. However, his effort couldn’t take the Texas Super Kings home.

Earlier in the match, Washington Freedom opener Matthew Short slammed 80 runs off 50 deliveries, with ten boundaries and three sixes. He won the Player of the Match award for his match-winning knock. This is the Texas  Super King’s first loss of the season. They won their opening match against the Los Angeles Knight Riders.

They rank third on the table with two points from as many games. Meanwhile, the Washington Freedom team ranks fourth with two points. They lost their opening match against Seattle Orcas by five wickets.

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