Jos Buttler and Andre Russell created havoc while playing with the same team on Thursday in the new format of cricket 'The Hundred' released in England. On the strength of the stormy innings of both the batsmen, his team put 188 runs on the board in just 100 balls. Let us tell you, both these players are part of the Manchester Originals team and on the previous day, the pair of Butler and Russell made fun of the bowlers of Southern Brave. Captain Jos Buttler scored 68 runs in 42 balls with the help of 5 sixes and 3 fours, while Andre Russell played an unbeaten inning of 64 runs in just 23 balls with the help of 6 fours and 5 sixes. Manchester Originals managed to win the match by 68 runs based on this excellent performance by the batsmen.

Southern Brave captain James Vince won the toss and elected to bowl first. Opening the innings for Manchester Originals, Jos Buttler added 64 runs for the first wicket with Philip Salt (22 balls 38 runs). Wayne Madsen, who came to bat at number three, could not show much and he was dismissed for 9 runs. After this, Russell, who came to support Butler, shared a partnership of 51 runs in 24 balls with the captain for the third wicket. Manchester Originals thus set a target of 189 runs in front of Southern Brave.

Chasing the target, the start of the Southern Brave was not good. Captain James Vince 20 and Quinton de Kock returned to the pavilion after scoring 21 runs. After this, the whole team collapsed like a pack of cards. Only George Garten (25) and Ross Whiteley (21) managed to cross the 20-run mark. Southern Brave's entire team was bundled out for 120 runs with 16 balls to spare. During this, Paul Walter took the maximum 3 wickets, while Russell also took one wicket. He was awarded the Man of the Match award for this all-around performance by the Windies all-rounder.