Brisbane Heat beat Adelaide Strikers in a comprehensive win with seven wickets and 28 balls spare to the innings at Gabba Cricket Ground. An outstanding showcase by James Pattinson with his career-best five-wicket haul in his IPL career. BBL 9 Match 36 Heat vs Strikers – fourth wicket 77 runs partnership between Renshaw and de Villiers clinched the 5th win for Heat of the tournament. Matt Renshaw batted superbly after a very poor start by Heat and formed a match-winning partnership.
AB de Villiers made his debut in the Big Bash League for Brisbane Heat today against Adelaide Strikers. He played a well-needed innings by Heat of 40 runs for 32 balls. James Pattinson marked his first-ever five wickets haul taking 5/33 as his best bowling figure in Big Bash so far. Brisbane Heat’s opening batsman gave a very poor start in the chase of a small total of 111 losing two wickets in the first two overs.
Matt Renshaw’s outstanding innings of 52 runs unbeaten, and third-wicket partnership secured the fourth position on the points table. Today at Gabba Cricket Ground Wicket-keeper Jimmy Peirson equaled the BBL record for dismissals with five straight caches behind the stumps. Brisbane Heat was 2/11 in just eight balls before de Villiers and Matt Renshaw stayed on the crease.
Renshaw and de Villiers Piled up For 77 Runs
BBL 9 Match 36 Heat vs Strikers – Both played a very sensible inning at Brisbane Cricket Ground. He took advantage of the situation and played a very confident inning of 40 runs off 32 balls, giving a clinical patcher to Renshaw. Adelaide Strikers faced the worst power play of there history by slumping 4/48 in the powerplay. A destructive bowling spell by James Pattinson laid the foundation for Heat in their early collapse.
While batting first at Gabba Cricket Ground, Strikers lost four wickets in the powerplay, losing the top order batting line just 48 Run. First, five batsmen of Strikers straight removed and caught behind the stumps. In the earlier game, Travis Head and Jack Weatherald struggled to control the innings with the early two wickets loss.
Pattinson came with the extra pace taking down Weatherald and Travis head in his first and second over of his bowling spell. Travis Head removed in the 4th over of Heat innings taking on a wrong shot selection trapped by Pattinson to a short pitch delivery.
Rashid Khan is the highest run-scorer for Brisbane Heat at Gabba cricket ground against Heat today with his 28 runs for 27 balls. He saved the Strikers innings fallen under 100 scores in 20 overs. Jonathan Wells and Rashid Khan gave life to the Strikers innings, spending more time on the crease and consuming maximum balls.
After the early collapse of the top-order batting line, Jono Wells and Khan played an innings of 14 runs and 28, respectively. Khan piled up with Thomas Rogers, adding 22 runs in their partnership, the highest of the Heat innings today. Brisbane Heat got earlier in trouble losing two wickets in just eight deliveries in the chase of the small total.
Brisbane Heat Recovered from 2/11
BBL 9 Match 36 Heat vs Strikers – As per the Big Bash League stats, Heat faced problems chasing down the total with their early loss of wickets. Renshaw and de Villiers bundle up for a 77 runs partnership for 65 deliveries and got complete control of the innings. Max Bryant charged earlier to take advantage of a small total and went for a boundary in his five-ball innings today.
Chris Lynn went for a golden duck on very third delivery by Michael Neser. Rashid Khan bowled second over of Strikers innings, and Bryant miscalculated and gone for a straighter of mid-on and ball landed safely. Max Bryant’s second attempt off charging on Rashid Khan failed to contact the ball got a ripper in stumps.
de Villiers what on the crease with a little pressure having the first innings of his BBL career after a poor start by his team. He is the most experienced player in the Brisbane Heat squad. He holds his nerves in the chase of a small total and played a sensible inning. Renshaw and Villiers shared the ground for 65 deliveries taking complete control over Strikers changed the entire innings from a poor start to a strong position.
Both played a fabulous short all sides of the ground, taking up eight fours in their 77 runs partnership. Renshaw scored his half-century with five boundaries and a single maximum in his brilliant innings. After the dismissal of Mr 360, Renshaw and Joe Burns stack 26 runs for 19 balls finishing with a sweeping seven wickets and 28 balls spare victory.
Playings XI and Scorecard
Strikers: Phil Salt, Travis Head, Jake Weatherald, Harry Nielson, Matthew Short, Jonathan Wells, Michael Neser, Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle, Liam O’Connor
Heat: Max Bryant, Chris Lynn, Matt Renshaw, AB de Villiers, Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, Jimmy Peirson, James Pattinson, Josh Lalor, Mitchell Swepson, Mujeeb ur Rahman
|Team Squads||Adelaide Strikers||Brisbane Heat|
|Battings Innings||Phil Salt 7 (6)|
Travis Head 8 (4)
Jake Weatherald 6 (8)
Harry Nielson 9 (7)
Matthew Short 11 (8)
Jonathan Wells 14 (20)
Michael Neser 11 (18)
Rashid Khan 28 (27)
Peter Siddle 11 (13)
Liam O’Connor 0 (2)
Harry Conway 1 (1)
|Max Bryant 10 (5)|
Chris Lynn 0 (1)
Matt Renshaw 52 (45)
AB de Villiers 40 (32)
Joe Burns 10 (10)
Mujeeb ur Rahman
|Bowling Innings||Josh Lalor 3-2-12|
James Pattinson 4-5-35
Mujeeb ur Rahman 4-0-14
Mitchell Swepson 4-1-24
Ben Cutting 4-2-24
|Michael Neser 4-1-30|
Rashid Khan 4-1-30
Peter Siddle 2-0-8
Harry Conway 2.2-0-24
Liam O’Connor 3-1-22
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