Namibia’s Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton Shatters Records with Blazing 33-Ball Century in T20I Against Nepal

Nepal cricket fans are enjoying some exciting T20 fixtures. Nepal T20I Triangular Series 2024 is going on. On February 27, Nepal and Namibia met in the first match of the tournament. In the match, Namibian player Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton shattered all records by scoring a century in just 33 balls. That knock grabbed the attention.

The Unbelievable Record:

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Namibia’s batsman, Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton, etched his name in the history books by slamming the fastest century in T20I cricket. He achieved this remarkable feat in just 33 balls during the match against Nepal on Tuesday, February 27, held in Kirtipur. This outstanding performance unfolded in the first match of the tri-series, which also includes the Netherlands.

Loftie-Eaton, at the age of 22, smashed an extraordinary 101 runs off just 36 balls during the T20I clash against Nepal. His whirlwind innings included an impressive tally of 11 fours and eight sixes, leaving spectators in awe of his aggressive batting. The left-handed dynamo concluded his innings with a remarkable strike rate of 280.56. Opting to bat first after winning the toss, Namibia, led by Loftie-Eaton’s stellar performance, posted a formidable total of 206/4 in their allotted 20 overs.

In a stunning display of batting prowess, Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton not only created history by securing the fastest T20I century but also eclipsed Kushal Malla’s previous record. Malla had achieved a hundred off 34 balls while playing for Nepal against Mongolia in the Asian Games Men’s Cricket Competition in September 2023.

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Match Summary:

At the beginning of the match, Namibia won the toss and decided to bat first. While batting first, Namibia gave a decent start. Michael Van Lingen played a knock of 20 runs in 19 balls. Kotze and Frylinck were dismissed early. But Jan Nicol Loftie-Eatson played an exciting knock of 101 runs in 36 balls. He smashed 11 boundaries and 8 over-boundaries. In 20 overs, they scored 206/4.

In the second innings, while chasing the target, Nepal lost two early wickets. Rohit Paudel scored 42 runs in 24 balls with 3 boundaries and 3 over-boundaries. Dependra Singh missed a half-century and got out on 48 runs in 32 balls. After that, wickets fall quickly. They got all out in 186 runs and Namibia won the match by 20 runs. 

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Nepal cricket fans are enjoying some exciting T20 fixtures. Nepal T20I Triangular Series 2024 is going on. On February 27, Nepal and Namibia met in the first match of the tournament. In the match, Namibian player Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton shattered all records by scoring a century in just 33 balls. That knock grabbed the attention.

The Unbelievable Record:

Namibia's batsman, Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton, etched his name in the history books by slamming the fastest century in T20I cricket. He achieved this remarkable feat in just 33 balls during the match against Nepal on Tuesday, February 27, held in Kirtipur. This outstanding performance unfolded in the first match of the tri-series, which also includes the Netherlands.

Loftie-Eaton, at the age of 22, smashed an extraordinary 101 runs off just 36 balls during the T20I clash against Nepal. His whirlwind innings included an impressive tally of 11 fours and eight sixes, leaving spectators in awe of his aggressive batting. The left-handed dynamo concluded his innings with a remarkable strike rate of 280.56. Opting to bat first after winning the toss, Namibia, led by Loftie-Eaton's stellar performance, posted a formidable total of 206/4 in their allotted 20 overs.

In a stunning display of batting prowess, Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton not only created history by securing the fastest T20I century but also eclipsed Kushal Malla's previous record. Malla had achieved a hundred off 34 balls while playing for Nepal against Mongolia in the Asian Games Men's Cricket Competition in September 2023.

Match Summary:

At the beginning of the match, Namibia won the toss and decided to bat first. While batting first, Namibia gave a decent start. Michael Van Lingen played a knock of 20 runs in 19 balls. Kotze and Frylinck were dismissed early. But Jan Nicol Loftie-Eatson played an exciting knock of 101 runs in 36 balls. He smashed 11 boundaries and 8 over-boundaries. In 20 overs, they scored 206/4.

In the second innings, while chasing the target, Nepal lost two early wickets. Rohit Paudel scored 42 runs in 24 balls with 3 boundaries and 3 over-boundaries. Dependra Singh missed a half-century and got out on 48 runs in 32 balls. After that, wickets fall quickly. They got all out in 186 runs and Namibia won the match by 20 runs. 

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