He will just bat, bat and bat; and it’s normal if you get bored. He would get his first boundary on the 91st ball of his innings and just five throughout the knock; he would complete his half-century on the 164th ball of his innings; he would finish day 1 on a score of 86 runs and take about two hours on day 2 to register his second Test hundred. And, you don’t feel bored now, because he has bored you to such an extent that you start enjoying it. Yes, we are talking about the man in the limelight – Dom Sibley.
The opening batsman played a mammoth knock of 372 balls and finished his knock with a strike rate of just over 32. So, we will break his knock in seven parts of 50 balls and the last remaining 22 balls as the eighth part.