Nervous Nineties

When a batsman scores 90 to 99 runs, he or she aims at converting it to a century and due to this reason begins to feel nervous. The skipper of the opposing team designs the fielding to exert extra pressure on the batsman to get him out. Due to these reasons, several batsmen are unsuccessful in converting the nineties to a hundred.

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