Hobart Hurricanes Triumphs Over Sydney Sixers by 16 runs at the Blundstone Arena.
How Hobart Hurricanes Triumphs Over Sydney Sixers? The Sydney Sixers had won the toss and had decided to bowl first. If we talk about the batting of the Hobart Hurricanes then they did lose their first couple of wickets early on during their batting. Will Jacks and D’Arcy Short were both sent back to the pavilion early on in the game. But then Colin Ingram played an appreciable inning of 55 runs.
His and his teammate Tim David’s wonderful performance propelled Hobart Hurricanes towards a decent score of 178. Other batsmen of the Hobart Hurricanes failed to leave a lasting impression on us.
Let’s talk about the bowling of the Sydney Sixers. Ben Dwarshuis and Dan Christian were the two most successful bowlers. Because they managed to take 3 wickets each! The most economical bowler by far was Benjamin Manenti with an economy rate of 6.5. He also managed to take a wicket for himself.
If we talk about the batting of the Sydney Sixers, then besides Jack Edwards and James Vince, all other batsmen failed to leave a mark on the field. The Sydney Sixers failed to achieve the target of 179 runs due to the failure of its batting line up. Had these two batsmen managed to play for a little longer, the result of the match would have been different and the Sydney Sixer would have won easily.
If we talk about the bowling of the Hobart Hurricanes, then James Faulkner and Riley Meredith were the two most successful bowlers who managed to take 2 wickets each. Nathan Ellis and Scott Boland also managed to take a wicket each.
The balanced attack of the Hobart Hurricanes’ bowling line up made sure that they ended up winning the match. Hobart Hurricanes Triumphs Over Sydney Sixers by 16 runs. Tim David receives the Player of the Match award for his 58 runs in 33 deliveries.
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