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Sri Lankan talisman Kumar Sangakkara rewrote the record books for the second match in succession, becoming the first ever player to score four consecutive hundreds in one-day cricket.

Dashing South African opening batsman Quinton de Kock joined an elite band of batsmen on Wednesday during the third ODI of the series against India at Centurion, when he smashed his third ODI ton in a row.

Their international days are well behind them, but the CLT20 has given us an opportunity to have a second look at some veteran former international cricketers, who once were key members of their respective national sides.

By scoring a wonderful 150 against England in the second ODI at Southampton, Hashim Amla joined a select list of Proteas batsman who have registered 150 or more in one-day internationals.

Rohit Sharma's 109* set up Mumbai Indians to a 27-run victory against Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens

Hosts Perth Scorchers won a low-scoring contest against Brisbane Heat at the WACA Ground by 10 runs. Perth Scorchers batting first after winning the toss put up 162 for 8 on the board in the allotted 20 overs.

Opener Shaun Marsh tested his back successfully ahead of the Boxing Day Test match by scoring a superb 99* to ease Perth Scorchers to an 8-wicket win in their Big Bash League Contest against hosts Melbourne Renegades.

If there was one tag that could define the Cape Cobras from South Africa, it will be 'powerful performers'. They have the players who have performed in every format of the game, around the world and if they fire in unision it could be very difficult for the opposition team to stop them in their tracks. Here's a quick look at the players who could make all the difference to the team in their second showing at the Champions League T20: