Sunrisers Hyderabad wicketkeeper-batter  Heinrich Klaasen completed a stunning century against Royal Challengers Bangalore. After losing early wickets,  Heinrich Klaasen came into bat at the score of 28-2 and started scoring from ball one. The South African strung up a crucial partnership with Aiden Markram and reached his half-century in 23 balls.

After    Markram's dismissal,    Klaasen continued scoring freely and was seen smashing all Bangalore bowlers across the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium. Then in the next 26 balls, Klaasen reached his 100 with a glorious maximum straight over  Harshal Patel and celebrated this knock by punching the air in joy. This brilliant knock included eight fours and six sixes. 

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Reacting to this performance,  Klaasen talked about how the surface was slower compared to other wickets in Hyderabad. He also described this performance to be extremely special and stated that he just wanted to keep things simple while he batted. 

He said, "Pretty special feeling. A little bit slower than the previous wickets. Little bit stoppiness from spinners. Trying to keep it as simple as possible (his method). Sometimes I sear ch for flow with my hands, and the movement up and down causes inconsistency. So tried to keep hands as still as possible. Would love to say we're above par. They've got a fantastic batting unit. If we get a couple of wickets early it should be enough."