New Delhi: The advent of T20 cricket has witnessed a surge in the scoring rates not just in ODIs but also in Tests.
Modern day batsmen, armed with big bats, are changing the game with their explosive hitting.
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In 1997 however, Australian opener Justin Langer played the kind of knock fans are treated to in today's day and age.
The left-hander, representing Western Australia, blasted 84 runs off just 18 balls in an ODI match.
Interestingly, Langer only played 8 ODIs for Australia. He was regarded as a Test cricketer and retired with 105 caps in the whites.