Watch: New Zealand batsman Surprises Everybody With Distinctive Scoop Shot

New Zealand Batsman Surprises Everyone With Unique Scoop Shot. Watch Video

Neil Broom scored 112 off 127 balls to assist Otago register a detailed win over Wellington. © Twitter

New Zealand batsman, Neil Broom introduced up his ninth Listing A century whereas taking part in for Otago towards Wellington within the Ford Trophy on Friday. Neil Broom smashed 13 boundaries en path to his hundred to assist Otago edge previous Wellington by simply 2 runs. Throughout his knock of 112, the 36-year-old left everybody shocked when he lofted a brief supply over the wicketkeeper’s head for a 4. Wellington’s skipper Hamish Bennett bowled a slower bouncer however Broom was as much as the duty as he managed to assist the ball on its method in the direction of the fence. Otago Cricket took to Twitter to share the video of Neil Broom’s brilliance with the bat. “Seen something like this earlier than? Neil Broom used each a part of the bottom to achieve his 112 towards the @wgtnfirebirds,” the video was captioned.


Seen something like this earlier than?
Neil Broom used each a part of the bottom to achieve his 112 towards the @wgtnfirebirds#cricketnation #OurOtago #FordTrophy pic.twitter.com/ABHa3QUybv

— Otago Cricket (@OtagoVolts) November 29, 2019


Within the match, Otago opted to bat after successful the toss. Using on Neil Broom’s hundred and a half-century from Mitch Renwick, they posted a aggressive complete of 262 for six of their innings.

In reply, Wellington had been off to a poor begin as they misplaced each their openers with simply two runs on the board.

Wellington had been 4 for 46 when Malcom Nofal (87) and Devon Conway (70) tried to regular the ship with a partnership of 64 runs for the fifth wicket.

As soon as Otago managed to ship Conway again to the pavilion, wickets began to fell from the opposite finish.

With three runs wanted off the final three deliveries, Malcom Nofal didn’t make his floor because the duo of Hamish Rutherford and Mitch Renwick ran out the left-hander to safe 4 factors for Otago.