New Zealand’s top batsman Mark Chapman became the first player in T20I history to score 50 points for two countries. He achieved this feat in the Black Hat match against India on Wednesday.
Chapman scored 50 goals 63 against India, his first 50 goals in New Zealand. It was a confident stroke play, which was necessary after the New Zealander lost his first wicket on the first ball of the third game.
In the process, Chapman became the first cricket player to score 50 points in two different countries in the T20I format. He played for his native Hong Kong from 2011 to 2016, where he scored 50 points against Oman.
Mark Chapman started playing for the New Zealand team in 2018
Mark Chapman is eligible to participate new Zealand Through his father. As he played for the Oakland Cricket team for a long time, he decided to try his luck with the Black Caps. This decision worked because he was added to their team in 2018 to participate in the T20I series against England and Australia.
He made his debut on February 13, 2018, against England, and became the sixth cricket player to represent two countries in T20I. He went on to make his ODI debut in the same month, becoming the tenth player representing two countries to participate in the format.