CLT20: It was a special knock, says Neil Broom after ton vs Perth Scorchers

Asked if there was any plan to counterattack after those two early wickets, Neil Broom said he played cautiously initially but soon got momentum going. Perth Scorchers captain Simon Katich, on the other hand, said that his side buckled under the pressure of a huge target.

updated: September 25, 2013 22:04 IST
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Jaipur: Neil Broom, the Otago Volts batsman who blasted the first century of Champions League T20 this season to help his team beat Perth Scorchers on Wednesday, termed his unbeaten 56-ball 117 run knock as special one. (Broom's ton blows away Perth Scorchers)

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Talking to reporters after the match, the 29-year-old Christchurch batsman said that his recent stint with New Zealand 'A' has helped him.

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