Rilee Rossouw Scores Fastest Century in PSL History, Twitterati All Praise For His Knock in Multan Sultans vs Quetta Gladiators Match

Rilee Rossouw Smashes Fastest PSL Century (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Rilee Rossouw unleased a carnage while playing for Multan Sultans against Quetta Gladiators in Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 and scored the fastest century in PSL history. The Proteas batsman rained boundaries and sixes all over the Multan Cricket Stadium and brought up his ton off just 43 deliveries. The southpaw came into bat at number five after the Multan side lost three early wickets. However, Rossouw just didn’t steady his side’s innings but also scored runs at a rapid pace. Riding on his effort, the Sultans posted 199 runs in the first innings and later, won the match by 30 runs. Twitterati also went berserk seen Rossouw’s mayhem and hailed him from head to toe. PSL 2020 Points Table Updated.

The pair of Naseem Shah and Mohammad Hasnain was breathing fire with the new ball and hence, dismissed players like Zeeshan Ashraf and skipper Shaan Masood early in the innings. At one point, the Sultans were tottering at 48/3. However, Rossouw stepped onto the crease and made the match a mere one-man show. During the course of his blistering innings, the southpaw also smashed 10 boundaries and six towering sixes, making an absolute mockery of opposition bowlers. Meanwhile, let’s look at how Twitter reacted towards Rossouw’s special show.

That Special Moment!!

Brilliant Knock!!

That Roar Though!!

Insane!!

More Praises!!

Memes in Action!!

While chasing a mammoth target of 200 runs, the Sultans got off to a brilliant start as veteran Australian batsman Shane Watson wreaked havoc and scored 80 runs off just 41 balls. However, he didn’t receive much support from the other end and as a result, Quetta Gladiators were restricted to 169/7, losing the game by 30 runs.

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