Melbourne Stars vs Brisbane Heat – 5th game of KFC T20 Big Bash League 2019 20 played at Metricon Stadium. Maxwell aggressive innings of 83 run off 39 balls consigned the consecutive loss to Brisbane Heat. Earlier during the opening game of BBL 9 – Sydney Thunders defeated Heat by 29 runs in the chase of 172 runs.
Glen Maxwell first innings of this cricket summer came up with 83 runs off 39 balls with seven boundaries and fixed mighty sixes. Melbourne Stars defeated Brisbane Heat by 22 runs in the chase of 145 runs. Tom Banton played exceptional innings of his own representation 64 runs off 36 balls but couldn’t get over the line.
Maxwell named as player of the match for his outstanding innings. He came to bat at number 5th position and joined Peter Handscomb in 8th over of the game. Adam Zampa picked up three wickets for Melbourne Stars what made a difference and challenging total. Brisbane Heat finished their 20 overs batting innings at 145/8 and lost the game by 22 runs.
Melbourne Stars vs Brisbane Heat Squad
|Melbourne Stars Squad||Nic Maddinson, Marcus Stoinis, Hilton Cartwright, Peter Handscomb, Glenn Maxwell, Ben Dunk, Clint Hinchliffe, Adam Zampa, Daniel Worrall, Haris Rauf, Sandeep Lamichhane|
|Brisbane Heat Squad||Tom Banton, Max Bryant, Chris Lynn, Matt Renshaw, Ben Cutting, Sam Heazlett, Jimmy Peirson, Josh Lalor, Mitchell Swepson, Ben Laughlin, Zahir Khan|
BBL 9 Match 5 Results – 1st Innings
Brisbane Heat won the toss and elected to field first at Metricon Stadium. Melbourne Started their batting innings with a quick loss of a wicket in the second over with the early dismissal of Nic Maddinson. He lost his wicket after scoring just eight runs off seven balls with a sixer to Matt Renshaw quick delivery.
Marcus Stoinis and Hilton Cartwright added 30 runs in a partnership. Cartwright dismissed by Josh Lalor, and Stars lost two more wickets in three overs. Glen Maxwell joined the party with Handscomb after the dismissal of Stoinis. Maxwell played twelve overs and stayed at the crease, and played his part.
Brisbane Heat used six bowlers as usual, and all picked up a single wicket for each except for Handscomb run-out. Matt Renshaw bowled single over and dismissed the opening batsman and conceded only two runs of his bowling spell. Ben Cutting bowled three overs and the rest of bowlers completed their limited-overs T20 cricket.
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Nic Maddinson 8 (7), Marcus Stoinis 16 (19), Hilton Cartwright 18 (13), Peter Handscomb 20 (15), Glenn Maxwell 83 (39), Ben Dunk 11 (11), Clint Hinchliffe 0 (6), Adam Zampa 5 (9), Daniel Worrall 1 (1)
Josh Lalor 4-1-36, Matt Renshaw 1-1-2, Zahir Khan 4-1-29, Ben Laughlin 4-1-35, Mitchell Swepson 4-1-37, Ben Cutting 3-1-26
BBL 9 Match 5 Results – 2nd Innings
Melbourne Stars vs Brisbane Heat – Tom Banton and Max Bryant started innings with ten runs/over. Heat lost the first wicket of Bryant 29-1 (3.1 overs) – Adam Zampa picked up his first breakthrough. Tom began to bashing boundaries and maintained the run of ten runs per over – meanwhile, Heat lost three wickets.
Brisbane Heat’s top-order batting collapsed as Chris Lynn, Tom Ban and Ben Cutting lost their wickets within just 30 runs. Lynn and Cutting added 6 and 12 runs respectively to the scoreboard. Matt Renshaw played his part of the game and scored 39 runs off 30 balls and lost his wicket 140-7 (18.3 overs).
Adam Zampa picked up three wickets and very important as he dismissed the opening batsman Max Bryant and later dismissed Chris Lynn. Zampa conceded 30 runs in his four overs spell with three crucial wickets. Haris Rauf and Daniel Worral both dismissed two batsmen while Lamichhane got the single wicket.
Tom Banton 64 (36), Max Bryant 6 (8), Chris Lynn 6 (9), Matt Renshaw 39 (30), Ben Cutting 12 (18), Sam Heazlett 4 (4), Jimmy Peirson 3 (5), Josh Lalor 4 (5), Mitchell Swepson 2 (4), Ben Laughlin 1 (2)
Daniel Worrall 4-2-21, Sandeep Lamichhane 4-1-38, Haris Rauf 4-2-20, Adam Zampa 4-3-30, Clint Hinchliffe 1-0-10, Nic Maddinson 2-0-12, Glenn Maxwell 1-0-12
Teams Standing Table: Melbourne Stars 2 Points, Brisbane Heat 0 Points