Kyle Meyers showed explosive style against Punjab, completing a half century in just 20 balls

In IPL Season 16, opening batsman Kyle Meyers, part of Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) team, constantly sees explosive style. In the match against Punjab Kings (PBKS), Kyle Mayers completed his half century in just 20 balls. In this match, Meyers fell victim to Kagiso Rabada after playing an excellent innings of 54 runs off 24 balls. This season, Meyers has come first in terms of scoring the most runs in an innings in the Powerplay.

Speaking of the highest score on the power play this season, it includes entries from Jos Buttler 54, Kyle Meyers 53, Ajinkya Rahane 53 and Jason Roy 48 after Kyle Meyers 54.

Punjab Kings decided to pitch first after winning the toss in this match against Lucknow. After this, the couple of Lokesh Rahul and Kyle Meyers came out to bat with a different intention. Meyers had a chance to play just 1 ball in the first part of the innings and went to the other end with 1 run.

Kyle Meyers started the second over of the innings with four and in this over from Arshdeep Singh, he worked to speed up his innings by hitting a total of 4 fours. A four and a six were seen in the third over of the inning of Meyers’ bat. The Lucknow team had scored 35 runs without losing after the 3 overs finish.

After Lokesh Rahul was dismissed for 12 runs, Kyle Meyers didn’t let that affect the run rate at all. Meyers scored a total of 17 runs in the fifth innings overturn, bringing the score to 62 for the loss of 1 wicket. Kyle Meyers completed his half century in 20 balls with a six. After this, his innings ended with 54 runs on 24 balls with 7 fours and 4 sixes.

Speaking of Kyle Meyers’ performance so far this season, he’s got to see a half-century of innings for the fourth time with his bat. Myers has played innings of 73, 53, 51 and runs so far this season.

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