The Super-12 stage in the T20 World Cup 2022 has started with a bang, today i.e. on 22 October. Australia and New Zealand met at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Where Kiwi batsman Devon Conway scored a half-century in a stormy style, putting a fierce class on the bowlers of the host team. He played an outstanding innings of 92 runs off 58 balls, and after this, he becomes the third player to come in the list of the quickest innings to 1000 T20I runs after Sabawoon Davizi.
In addition, Conway went past former India captain Kohli, who had taken 27 innings to complete the milestone, and equaled Pakistan skipper Babar on the unique list. Conway took 26 innings to achieve this milestone. England batter Dawid Malan and Afghanistan's Sabawoon Davizi are the fastest ever to the milestone, having both completed it in 24 innings.
However, the first match of the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup 2022 played in Sydney, has happened very excitingly. Left-handed Kiwi batsman Devon Conway played blistering innings of 92 runs off 58 balls in his first innings of the tournament. On one such occasion when Kane Williamson was dismissed after playing a sluggish innings, even Glenn Phillips could not do anything amazing. But Devon remained in the field from the first ball of the innings to the last ball, due to his special contribution, New Zealand put 200 runs on the score board for three wickets in 20 overs. After which the Kiwi batsman is being praised fiercely on social media as well.
Devon took the lead when Allen dismissed and completed his fifty in only 36 balls. He remained not out till the end. However, he failed to complete his maiden century in the format with Jimmy Neesham (26 not out; 13 balls) taking most of the strike at the death to push the total to 200 with a six off the final ball by Josh Hazlewood.