On Wednesday night, he led the Lucknow Super Giants to a horrific 210/0 against the Calcutta Knight Riders in Mumbai.

De Kok was in great shape when he broke an unbeaten 140 races in just 70 sets, running 10 sixes and 10 fours on his way to his second-century IPL and his highest T20 score.

Indian starting K.L. Rahul was a virtual spectator when he made his way to 68 of 51 goals, but spent most of his innings watching de Coco’s slaughterhouse as the pair participated in the highest partnership this season’s IPL and third in history.

Enchanted life

De Kok lived a slightly enchanted life during his innings as he was released three times from bowling by Umesh Yadov at 12, the third time, the second time at 69 from goalkeeper Sam Billings and the third with him at 127 in the bowling final against Andre Russell.

De Kok still had to use his chances, which he made to perfection, with the last two overs in their innings, as Tim Savti’s penultimate over went on 27 wounds with three straight sixs in a row from de Kok, and Russell’s final was 19, and de Kok broke four fours in a row.

Only two batsmen are now above de Coco, and West India star Chris Gale scored 175 of 66 goals for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2013, the highest and recently named England test coach Brendan McCallum, who is unbeaten 158 of 73 goals for KKR in the second 2000.

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