LLC 2023: A very exciting match was witnessed in LLC on Thursday. This match was played between World Giants and Asian Lions. Electing to bat first, World Giants posted a score of 150/3 in the stipulated 20 overs. Hashim Amla scored 68 for the World Giants and Jacques Kallis remained unbeaten on 56. Mohammad Amir and Sohail Tanvir took two wickets each for Asian Lions. The Lions batsmen faltered in the chase and could not build a single big partnership. As a result, they were all out for 130 runs in 19.1 overs and lost the match by a margin of 20 runs. Chris Mpofu and Tino Best bowled brilliantly for the Giants. Both took three wickets each.
Gautam Gambhir has the most runs in the tournament Gautam Gambhir Indian
The Maharaja is taking up the responsibility of captaining the team. So far he has scored a total of 183 runs in three matches. His average has been 91.50. He has scored fifties in all three matches so far and is the leading run-scorer in the competition. He will also look to score big in the eliminator against the Lions. Misbah-ul-Haq is behind Gambhir in the list of most runs in Legends League Cricket 2023. The right-handed batsman has 122 runs in four matches so far. His average has been 40.66. Gambhir’s opening partner Robin Uthappa is third in the list of highest run-scorers in the tournament. He has so far scored 122 runs in four matches. During this, his highest score has been 88 not out.
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Chris Mpofu has taken the most wickets in the tournament so far
Chris Mpofu is part of the World Giants team. He was brilliant with the ball against the Asia Lions. Mapofu took three wickets for just 16 runs in four overs. After this brilliant performance, Mpofu has reached the top of the list of most wickets in Legends League Cricket 2023. Harbhajan Singh has slipped to second place. The veteran off-spinner has a total of six wickets so far. He will be looking to deliver another good performance for the Asia Lions on Saturday, 18 March.