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Friday, February 4, 2011


Skipper of Pakistan one day team and dashing all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi has the best strike rate in the batting power-plays overs since it was introduced by International Cricket Council (ICC). 

ICC had introduced the batting power play in the 50-over match where the batting team has the choice to take the batting-power-play of five overs. Normally, batting team opts to take the power-plays in the last 10 overs depending upon the situation.
Since January 2009, Afridi has scored 206 runs from 119 balls with strike rate of 10.4 per over which clearly shows his ability to use the long-handle in the last 10 overs. Afridi has hit 23 boundaries and 10 sixes.
Pakistan’s hard hitting all rounder Abdul Razzaq is second in the list as he scored 297 runs from 194 balls with strike rate of 9.18 runs per over and hit 26 boundaries and 16 sixes.

South African all-rounder Albie Morkal scored 251 runs from 170 balls with strike rate of 8.8 runs per over while Elton Chigumbura of Zimbabwe scored 441 runs at strike rate of 8.6 per over.
The others in the list are Eoin Morgan of England with 332 runs with strike rate of 8.6, while Shakib scored 218 runs at a strike rate of 8.27 runs per over.
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