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cricket news australian cricket player aaron finch 1st to score 150 in international odi and t20 | Aaron Finch became the first batsman to score 150+ runs in ODIs and T-20 internationals

               
Australia beat Pakistan by 8 wickets in Sharjah on Sunday night
Captain Finch of Australia's ODI and T20 team scored 153 runs in this match

Sports desk Australia's Aaron Finch has become the first batsman in the world to score more than 150 in ODIs and T-20 internationals. In the one-dayer played against Pakistan in Sharjah on Sunday night, this achievement of his name is his name. He scored an unbeaten 153 off 143 balls with 11 fours and 6 sixes in the match.

At the onset of Finch, Australia defeated Pakistan by 8 wickets in the match. In this match Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat. He scored 284 runs in 7 overs in 50 overs. Chasing the target, Australia won the match by scoring 285 runs in 47.5 overs for 2 wickets.

Finch scores 150+ times in T-20 International 2 times
Australia's ODI and T20 captain skipper Finch has made more than 150 scores in Twenty20 International twice. He scored 156 against England at Harvard on July 3 in T20 International against Zimbabwe on 172 and 29 August 2013 in Southampton.

T20 International has only made 2 batsmen to score 150+

In addition to Finch, in T-20 International, Hazratullah Jajai of Afghanistan has been able to score more than 150. Jajai had played an unbeaten innings of 162 in the second T20 in the series against Ireland in Dehradun on February 23 this year. However, his highest score in ODIs is 67 runs.

Second Australian to have two consecutive centuries in Finch Asia

Finch is Australia's second batsman, who has scored one century after the one-day internationals played in Asia. Before that Mark Waugh has achieved this achievement in his name. Mark had scored hundreds in consecutive bouts against Kenya and India during the ODI World Cup in 1996.
                
                
            

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