Dewald Brevis. (Picture Supply: Twitter/DomesticCSA)

Younger South African prodigy Dewald Brevis made the headlines on Monday after smashing a panoramic 162 runs off simply 57 deliveries through the CSA T20 Problem. Brevis, who represents Titans within the CSA home circuit, equaled the report for the third-highest T20 rating.

Dewald Brevis, who’s nicknamed ‘Child AB’ due to his comparable batting model to that of the long-lasting AB de Villiers, smacked 13 fours and 13 sixes in his record-breaking keep on the crease. Brevis opened the innings for the Titans and reached his half-century in simply 17 deliveries. His belligerence with the bat continued as he amassed the following 50 runs in simply 18 deliveries to breach the three-figure mark in simply 35 deliveries, the quickest home hundred in South Africa.

He equaled Hazratullah Zazai and Hamilton Masakadza’s third-highest rating in T20s, falling wanting Chris Gayle’s landmark innings of 175 runs by simply 13 runs after being dismissed within the last over of the primary innings. Propelled by his record-shattering innings, Titan posted an enormous tally of 271 runs of their 20 overs. His 162 off simply 57 deliveries will not be solely the best in home T20s but additionally the quickest 150 within the shortest format of the sport.

The 19-year-old was roped in by the IPL franchise and five-time champions Mumbai Indians as a result of his  exuberance. He confirmed glimpses of his gorgeous expertise with a few blistering cameos for the Mumbai-based franchise however his newest exploits with the South African home aspect has made the world take discover of the teen as soon as once more.

Ab de Villiers lauds the teen for his gorgeous assault

Twitter was in disbelief after the younger South African’s breathtaking innings with the likes of AB de Villiers left in awe of his skills. AB tweeted, “Dewald Brevis. No must say extra.” Former South African all-rounder Albie Morkel ushered huge reward on the teen by tweeting, “Watching a masterclass from Dewald Brevis. Bowlers will likely be below critical stress for the following 15+ years.”



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