Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis sets a new record by playing the biggest individual innings in the Big Bash League history.
The right-handed batsman scored 147 off 79 balls which included a galore of boundaries comprising of eight sixes and thirteen fours, breaking D’Arcy Short record of 122.
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He along with Hilton Cartwright also broke a record of highest partnership ever in the history of the tournament. Previously the record was with Rob Quinney and Luke Wright of 172.
In the match, the Melbourne Stars batted first and scored 219 for one wicket in the twenty overs.
The Sydney Sixers team couldn’t chase the target of 220 runs and finished on 175 for the loss of seven wickets, and the Melbourne Stars won the match by 44 runs.