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Australian opener Aaron Finch blazed past his own Twenty20 global batting world record and relegated a pair of Black Caps to second place in Harare.

Aaron Finch of Australia now holds the world's top-two Twenty20 worldwide innings after his 172 onslaught in Harare.

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Chasing a small a target of 119 in 20 overs, Australia lost their first wicket on 35 after a firing start by skipper Aaron Finch who lastly remained unbeaten with a quick-fire fifty to seal the deal with 55 balls to spare.

Finch's overall score came off 76 balls and comprised 16 fours and 10 maximums.

Finch's previous record knock stood for almost five years: 156 off 63 against England at Southampton in 2013.

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He plundered 16 fours and 10 sixes in the highest individual innings in T20 global cricket, which only ended when he overbalanced chasing a wide one and hit wicket off the penultimate delivery of the innings.

During his knock and partnership with D Arcy Short for the opening wicket, they put together 223 runs for the highest partnership in T20I cricket.

Short soon began to find the middle of his own bat, though, and took a brace of sixes off Ryan Burl's legspin to take his strike rate over a run a ball.

Finch, meanwhile, brought up his second T20I hundred at the end of the 14th over, taking just 50 deliveries. The wicket played a lot better than we thought.

After toying with Zimbabwe bowlers, Finch told the host broadcaster, "It feels good".

In the process, he registered the highest individual score in T20I cricket, breaking his own record. Finch is the 2nd player after Chris Gayle to hit 10+ sixes in a T20I innings on two different instances.