Tom Banton’s fastest half-century in the Big Bash T20 league nine-season and his team marked the third victory of BBL 9. The team won the game by D/L method as the play faced multiple interruptions at Sydney Showground. After winning the toss, Brisbane Heat decided to guide first and set up a total of 119 in the shortest game of the season so far. BBL 9 Match 25 Results – Heat beat Thunder by 16 runs.
In today’s match, Brisbane Heat changes the batting line due to the shortest game of the season when crystalline and Tom Banton came at trees as an opening batsman. Banton and name from a partnership of 90 run in Just 4.6 hours when Tom Benton Falls after scoring 56 runs off 19 balls.
Tom Banton’s 16 Balls 50
The rain the day-night match at Sydney showground started too late due to rainfall, and the game was started to eight overs per side game by the on-field umpires. Tom Banton smashed fastest 50 off his career Tom Banton broke the fastest 50 off career T20 cricket career with 16 balls at against Sydney Thunders.
In the 19 deliveries faced by Tom Banton, he smashed to boundaries, and the seventh sixes far is the fastest half-century in BBL 9 season. After the depart of Tom Banton crystal and also lost his wicket followed by Max Bryant and Matt Renshaw.
Rain – Affected Match (D/L)
While chasing the target, Sydney thunders scored 60 runs with the loss of 4 wickets in 5 hours, and again, the rain stops the match. With the DL Method, Duckworth-lewis Brisbane Heat defeated Sydney thunders buy 16 runs tomorrow there the third victory of the tournament. Sydney thunders lost their 3rd match of BBL 9 out of 7 Matches. Thunder fell to the first position of Big Bash 9 points table.
According to the DL method, Sydney thunders were required to change on a total of 77 runs in 5 overs. Thunder top batsman batting line didn’t form a partnership to improve on the whole at Sydney showground. Sydney thunders last four wickets in the shares of 77 runs in 5 hours and all verb bold out.
Heat Vs Thunders Squad
Brisbane Heat Squad
Tom Banton, Chris Lynn, Ben Cutting, Matt Renshaw, Max Bryant, Jack Prestwidge, Jimmy Peirson, Mitchell Swepson, Josh Lalor, Ben Laughlin, Zahir Khan
Sydney Thunders Squad
Usman Khawaja, Alex Hales, Callum Ferguson, Chris Morris, Daniel Sams, Alex Ross, Matt Gilkis, Chris Green, Arjun Nair, Chris Tremain, Brendon Doggett
BBL 9 Match 25 Results – 1st Innings
BBL 9 Match 25 Results – The rain-affected match has multiple interactions but helps Brisbane Heat in marketing their third victory of the tournament. Tom Banton, the player of the game, accelerated in names from the very first ball faced. Tom Banton smashed five sixes in a row to Arjun Nair that only brings up the fastest fifth half-century Bhai for sentence on just 16 delivery sea faced.
In a seventh of the game, Tom Banton removed by Chris Tremain’s wide yorker ball to the deep midwicket and caught by Chris Morris. Chris Lynn faced 13 balls alongside Tom Banton and smashed 31 runs with three boundaries and a single maximum. Brisbane Heat and their batting innings with the round rate of 14 runs and mark the total of 119/4 in 8 hours.
Sydney Thunder versus closed in their bowling innings of which Arjun Nair conceded highest ever runs in his single over bowling spell. Nair conceded 30 runs by the five consecutive sixes by Banton after playing the very first ball as dot ball. Daniel Sams picked up two wickets for Thunder’s while Chris Tremain and Brendan Doggett got a single wicket each.
Tom Banton 56 (19), Chris Lynn 31 (13), Ben Cutting 7 (6). Matt Renshaw 0 (2), Max Bryant 12 (4), Jack Prestwidge 9 (4)
Didn’t Bat: Jimmy Peirson, Mitchell Swepson, Josh Lalor, Ben Laughlin, Zahir Khan
Daniel Sams 2-2-24, Chris Morris 2-0-30, Chris Green 1-0-11, Arjun Nair 1-0-30, Christ Tremain 1-1-9, Brendon Doggett 1-1-13
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BBL 9 Match 25 Results – 2nd Innings
Usman Khawaja and Alex Hales open the batting to chase down a total of 77 runs in 5 overs. Usman Khawaja went aggressive in the next delivery faced and struck a six, but he couldn’t find any other boundary. Fawad Ahmed dismissed UT Khawaja in the second over the innings.
After the removal of Khawaja, Callum Ferguson joined Alex Hales in the second wicket partnership. With the requirement of 15 runs per over Sydney thunders 1-18 in at the end of 2 hours with the loss of one wicket. The play stopped after the completion of the second-order due to rain introduction.
After the rain stopped, Sydney’s thunders target was revised by revised under the D/L method. As a result of the second revision for the target set to score 102 runs off 36 balls. The play started after the who was, and the target revised from 102 runs off 36 balls to 55 runs in 17 balls to win.
After the revision of target Thunders required to score almost 20 runs per over. The play started once against rain-stopped, than umpires dismissed the further play. Play than didn’t start again and Brisbane Heat won the game by 16 runs.
Usman Khawaja 11 (8), Alex Hales 20 (9), Callum Ferguson 5 (5). Chris Morris 4 (2), Daniel Sams 10 (3), Alex Ross 8 (4)
Didn’t Bat: Matt Gilkis, Chris Green, Arjun Nair, Chris Tremain, Brendon Doggett
Josh Lalor 1-0-11, Zahir Khan 1-1-7, Ben Laughlin 1-1-16, Jack Prestwidge 1-2-15, Ben Cutting 1-0-11