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Sydney Thunder Overcome Over Brisbane Heat: BBL Match 8

Sydney Thunder Overcome Over Brisbane Heat

Sydney Thunder Overcome Over Brisbane Heat by 4 wickets.

How did Sydney Thunder Overcome Over Brisbane Heat? Things looked great at the Manuka Oval as the Brisbane Heat won the toss and decided to bat first. With regards to their batting, they made a decent start the top order batsmen performed well.

The skipper Chris Lynn went on to score a half-century (69 runs) in just 44 deliveries. Other prominent scorer was Jack Wildermuth who managed to smash 31 runs. Overall, their innings was quite balanced and they succeeded at putting up a decent total of 178 runs.

Sydney Thunder Overcome Over Brisbane Heat

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As for the bowling of the Sydney Thunder, Daniel Sams and Jonathan Cook were the two most successful bowlers. They both picked a couple of wickets each. While, Chris Green and Nathan McAndrew took a wicket each to their name.

Tanveer Sangha did not succeed at taking any of the wickets but was the most economical bowler with an economy rate of 6.75.

The Sydney Thunder made a shaky start in their batting innings as they lost their first three wickets after scoring just 22 runs. But then middle order batsmen stabilised the innings and eventually they managed to win the game.

The highest scorer of their innings was Daniel Sams. Who got support from the other batsmen as well. Sydney Thunder Overcome Over Brisbane Heatand won the match by 4 wkts with 7 balls remaining. That’s quite a remarkable feat because they were chasing a strong total of 179.

As for the bowling of the Brisbane Heat, Jack Wildermuth was the most successful bowler as he successfully took 3 wickets. He also succeeded at becoming the most economical bowler.

Most other bowlers of the Brisbane Heat turned out to be quite expensive and Ben Laughlin even had an economy rate of 14.61. This was probably the cause of their loss. Had their bowlers performed a bit well, they might have succeeded at defending their set target.

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