T20 World Cup 2024: There was a rain of records in the first match between US and Canada, many big records were broken - Newztezz Online

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T20 World Cup 2024: There was a rain of records in the first match between US and Canada, many big records were broken

 


USA vs Canada First Match Records: The first match of T20 World Cup 2024 was played between hosts USA and Canada. In this match, USA won one-sidedly and defeated Canada badly. At the same time, many big records were also made during this match which were quite surprising.

In the first match of the T20 World Cup played in Dallas, host USA defeated Canada by 7 wickets one-sidedly. Batting first in this match, the Canadian team scored a huge score of 194 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs. In reply, USA achieved this target in 17.4 overs by losing only 3 wickets. From USA's side, Aaron Jones scored an unbeaten 94 runs with the help of 4 fours and 10 sixes in just 40 balls.

Now let us tell you which big records were made in this match

1. Aaron Jones scored an unbeaten 94, the highest score by any non-opener in the history of T20 World Cup run chases.

2. In this match, USA hit a total of 13 sixes. USA has come second in terms of most sixes in the second innings in the history of T20 World Cup.

3. Aaron Jones holds the record for scoring the second-most runs on a T20 World Cup debut.

4. This is USA's highest run chase ever in T20 International history .

5. Aaron Jones scored a half-century in just 22 balls and this is the record for the fastest half-century in T20 International for the US.

6. This is the third highest successful run chase in the history of T20 World Cup.

7. Aaron Jones and Andris Gaus made a partnership of 131 runs for the 3rd wicket and this is the record for the highest partnership for USA.

Let us tell you that with this great victory, USA would have gained a lot of confidence and they would like to perform in the same way in the upcoming matches as well. The team would like to maintain this momentum.

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