WATCH: Shubham Giri hits 34 runs off one over on Day 1 of SSpark T20 Cricket Cup

The right-handed batsman scored 117* off 43 deliveries, smashing 11 fours and 10 sixes during his explosive knock against Jaipur Sports.

Rohan Gulaty Author

Updated - 17 March 2021 10:39 am

SSpark T20 Cricket Cup started off in an explosive manner at Panther Cricket Stadium in Jaipur. In Match 2 of Day 1 of the tournament between Hawa Mahal Cricket Club (HMCC) and Jaipur Sports, HMCC batsman Shubham Giri took Jaipur Sports' bowlers to the cleaners during his unbeaten 117-run knock. During his knock, Giri also broke a few records as he smashed 34 runs off one over during the contest.

Shubham Giri storms in Jaipur

After the end of 12 overs, Hawa Mahal Cricket Club (HMCC) were well placed at 116/2. They had just lost the wicket of well-set Vishal Chhimpa in previous over and there was a risk that they might lose momentum. However, Shubham Giri had completely different plans. The right-handed batsman had spent some at the crease and was looking good. It was in the next over when Giri completely destroyed bowler Hansraj. The HMCC batsman hit 6, 6, 6, 4, 6, 6 in the six deliveries, smashing 34 runs in a single over.

WATCH: Giri's massive six against Jaipur Sports

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HMCC batsman scores mind-boggling century 

Shubham Giri continued his assault as he went on to complete his century in only 38 deliveries. He eventually ended up with a jaw-dropping 117* off 43 deliveries. The batsman smoked 11 fours and 10 sixes during his explosive knock.

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Shubham Giri did the bulk of the scoring during the 158-run partnership with Sachin (31* off 14) for the 3rd wicket. Openers Saket (64 off 32) and Vishal Chhimpa (37 off 34) also played crucial knocks at top of the order as HMCC posted a mammoth total of 270/2 after the end of 20 overs.