T20 Cricket and its Infinite Limits

When the shorter format initially began, we all cherished its beauty that it gave all that fun, enjoyment and entertainment in 3 hours. Now, the concept of T20 is slowly changing the same way ODI cricket gained momentum after that 438 run chase by South Africa. Let’s see why this format has no limits:

Over-utilisation of Batting Powerplay

Earlier, the teams felt satisfied with 60-65 runs in that first 6 overs, taking advantage of the fielding restrictions. We as fans, also felt delighted to watch teams cruising at 10 an over. But now, its like 60 runs is nothing when we see teams scoring 80-85 in that slot. No team wants to settle down first and then accelerate. This is the beauty of changed modern cricket

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