Halestorm!

England’s Alex Hales produced a storming innings for Rangpur Riders in the Bangladesh Premier League today.

Hales (102 from 48), in the company of Rilee Rossouw (100 from 51), took the Chittagong Viking bowlers to the cleaners whilst compiling a monstrous 174-run second wicket stand…

http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8653/scorecard/1169408/chittagong-vikings-vs-rangpur-riders-30th-match-bangladesh-premier-league-2018-19

As England’s Test batsman struggle in the West Indies, Hales, who’s no longer a shoe-in for white-ball selection for England, served a timely demonstration of his qualities.

In today’s other match in the BPL, there were also runs for another England batsman, in the form of Surrey’s Jason Roy. Roy, for so long Hales’ partner at the top of the order for England in limited overs cricket, before the latter was unceremoniously dethroned by Jonny Bairstow, made 42 from 28 deliveries for Sylhet Sixers…

http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8653/scorecard/1169407/rajshahi-kings-vs-sylhet-sixers-29th-match-bangladesh-premier-league-2018-19

Now if England’s Test batsman could score 100, heck, even 42 would be nice!

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