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Rachin Ravindra’s Stunning Century Amazes Netizens In ICC World Cup 2023
By CricShots - Oct 28, 2023 7:02 pm
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The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 witnessed an extraordinary display of talent from the young New Zealand all-rounder, Rachin Ravindra, in a match against the Australia National Cricket Team at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in Dharamsala on October 28, 2023.

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Rachin Ravindra scored another brilliant century

Rachin Ravindra, at just 23 years old, has emerged as a shining star in this World Cup, drawing praise from cricket legends and experts alike. His journey in the tournament began with a spectacular century, where he scored a brilliant 123 runs against the England National Cricket Team, leading his team to victory.

Following this remarkable performance, Rachin Ravindra continued to impress with a fifty in the subsequent match. Although he had a few quieter games after that, he made a strong comeback against the formidable India National Cricket Team, scoring an impressive 75 runs.

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Rachin Ravindra’s most extraordinary feat came against the Australian team, where he played with confidence and aggression. Batting at No. 3, he demonstrated his skill and talent in the middle, achieving a century off just 77 balls. His incredible innings included 7 fours and 5 sixes, leaving the Australian bowlers in a tough spot.


In the 41st over, Australian skipper Pat Cummins finally dismissed Rachin Ravindra, but not before he had notched up 116 runs from 89 balls, with 9 fours and 5 sixes. With this stunning century, Rachin Ravindra joined an elite club, equaling Sachin Tendulkar’s record for the most World Cup centuries at the age of 23, a remarkable achievement.

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The match had begun with New Zealand winning the toss and opting to bowl first, a decision that ultimately backfired. Australian opener Travis Head, returning to the playing XI after an injury layoff, set the stage on fire by scoring a magnificent century. He formed a formidable 175-run partnership in just 117 balls with veteran opener David Warner, who also batted brilliantly, falling just short of a century. In the end, Glenn Maxwell (41) and Pat Cummins (37) played brutal innings, propelling Australia to an imposing total of 388.

Rachin Ravindra’s extraordinary century, along with his consistently strong performances, has firmly established him as one of the most promising young talents in world cricket, and fans eagerly await his future exploits on the international stage.