Chris Lynn, the Australian cricketer, comes across as one of the hardest hitters of a cricket ball. The explosive batsman is particularly known for his exploits in T20 cricket where he has scored over 4800 runs. Moreover, a batting average of 32.29 with a strike-rate of 142.49 speaks volume of what Lynn brings to the table.
He started the ongoing edition of the Big Bash League (BBL) very well, but his performances deteriorated in the later half as he mustered only one half-century in his last 10 games. In the season, Lynn scored 387 runs at 29.76, striking it at 148.84.
Reviewing his BBL show, the explosive batsman admitted that it is not enough to get back in the national reckoning. Therefore, Lynn said that he would eye strong outings in the forthcoming T20 leagues to make a case for selection in the forthcoming T20 World Cup. Lynn would now be found in action in the next month’s Pakistan Super League (PSL) where he’ll try to change the fortunes of Lahore Qalandars.