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    Morgan and Bravo's heroics helps Delhi Bulls clinch thriller

    ~ Delhi Bulls defeat The Chennai Braves by five wickets ~

    Sunday 21, November: Captain Dwayne Bravo and Eoin Morgan cool and calm innings ensured that the Delhi Bulls walked off with a five-wicket victory in their Abu Dhabi T10 match against The Chennai Braves on Sunday. After being put into bat by the Delhi Bulls, The Chennai Braves put up 124/2 in their 10 overs. After the Delhi Bulls lost their top four batsmen cheaply, the experienced duo of Bravo (43 runs from 17 balls) and Morgan (26* runs from 12 balls) strung a partnership of 56 runs in 22 balls, which helped the Delhi Bulls chase down their target in 9.4 overs.

    The Delhi Bulls suffered a huge blow when Munaf Patel removed Rilee Rossouw and Sherfane Rutherford in the second over. Roman Walker made matters worse when he dismissed Rahmanullah Gurbaz and Mohammad Hafeez in the fifth over. Thereafter, Captain Bravo got things moving with the Bulls as he smashed three boundaries off Dasun Shanaka's bowling in the sixth over. Curtis Campher kept The Chennai Braves' hopes alive when he removed Bravo in the ninth over. However, Morgan and Romario Shepherd scored 14 runs in the last over and closed out the game for the Delhi Bulls with two balls to spare.

    Earlier, Bhanuka Rajapaksa played a blistering innings of 64* runs from 31 balls, laced with 6 fours and 4 sixes and helped The Chennai Braves post a high total on the board. Rajapaksa took on Mohammad Hafeez, smashing him for two boundaries and a six in the fourth over. The opening batters Rajapaksa and Mark Deyal produced some fantastic hits and recorded a partnership of 81 runs from 34 balls.

    After losing Deyal and Dasun Shanaka in quick succession, Ravi Bopara joined the party as he smacked Fazalhaq Farooqi and Romario Shepherd for a boundary and a six in the ninth and tenth overs respectively. Bopara remained unbeaten on 19 runs from 11 balls as The Chennai Braves raised their score to 124/2 in their 10 overs.

    Brief scores: Delhi Bulls 128/5 (Dwayne Bravo 43, Eoin Morgan 26*, Munaf Patel 2-20) beat The Chennai Braves 124/2 (Bhanuka Rajapaksa 64*, Mark Deyal 29, Romario Shepherd 1-16) by 5 wickets.


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    Sunday 21 November: The Bangla Tigers registered their first victory in the Abu Dhabi T10 after defeating Northern Warriors by 5 wickets on Sunday. After Captain Rovman Powell's innings of 63 runs helped the Warriors post a total of 126/4, Will Jacks played a blistering innings of 57* runs from 22 balls to help the Tigers chase down their target in 9.1 overs.

    The Bangla Tigers were in dire straits when they lost five wickets for just 58 runs on the board. Will Jacks showed tremendous form when he smashed Samit Patel for two fours and a six in the second over, however, he kept losing partners at the other end until Benny Howell walked to the crease.

    Howell made his intentions clear when he smacked Chris Jordan for two boundaries and a six in the seventh over. Jacks took the game completely away from the Warriors when he struck three boundaries and a six off Abhimanyu Mithun's bowling in the eighth over. Jacks (57* from 22 balls) and Howell (35* from 11 balls) strung an unbeaten partnership of 72 runs in 29 balls to take the Tigers home with 5 balls to spare.

    Earlier, the Bangla Tigers had the Northern Warriors on the mat after Gareth Delany was dismissed by Luke Wood in the first over and Kennar Lewis was bowled out by James Faulkner in the second over, leaving the Warriors at 13/2 in 1.2 overs. Moeen Ali got things going for the Northern Warriors as he struck Isuru Udana for two boundaries and Karim Janat for three boundaries in the third and fourth overs respectively. However, Ali's stay at the crease was short-lived as he was bowled out by Janat for 24 runs from 12 balls in the fourth over itself.

    Thereafter, Captain Rovman Powell took centre stage and smashed Benny Howell for a six and a four in the fifth over. He rode on the momentum and went on to play a blistering innings of 63 runs from 27 balls, laced with 4 boundaries and 6 sixes. Powell was ably supported by Samit Patel, who scored 21* runs from 13 balls and also strung a partnership of 80 runs from 35 balls with his skipper. Powell and Patel's explosive batting catapulted the Warriors to a total of 126/4 in their 10 overs.

    Brief scores: Bangla Tigers 130/5 (Will Jacks 57*, Benny Howell 35*, Umair Ali 1-9) beat Northern Warriors 126/4 (Rovman Powell 63, Moeen Ali 24, James Faulkner 1-18) by 5 wickets.



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    Monday, November 22, 2021: Delhi Bulls have been fined for maintaining a slow over rate during their win against The Chennai Braves on November 21 in the Sky 247.net presents Abu Dhabi T10 powered by Wolf 777 News. Match Referee, Chris Broad, imposed the sanction after Dwayne Bravo’s side was ruled to be 1 over short of the target after time allowances were taken into consideration.

    In accordance with Article 2.22 of the ADT10 Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel (which relates to minimum over-rate offences), for the first offence by the team in a season the captain is fined 20 per cent and every other member of the playing XI are fined 10 per cent of their match fees.

    Bravo accepted the offense and the proposed sanction, so there was no requirement of a formal hearing. On-field umpires Nigel Llong and Paul Baldwin, TV umpire Ranmore Martinesz and fourth umpire Khalid Elahi levied the charge.


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    The Deccan Gladiators Head Coach Mushtaq Ahmed, who has helped his team record a 24-run victory over The Chennai Braves in their first match of Season 5 of Abu Dhabi T10, expressed during a virtual conference on Monday that bowlers need to have good temperament in the T10 format, "Temperament is very important in the T10 format. Bowlers need to be large-hearted in this competition in order to execute their plans. The batters go after the bowlers, especially the spinners, from the very first ball. As a coach, I have always told my bowlers to have large hearts and go for wickets."

    When asked about his experience of working with T20 star Wanindu Hasaranga, Ahmed said, "It has been great to work with Wanindu Hasaranga. I have shared some of my knowledge about leg-spin with him. We have been discussing a lot about his bowling. We have spoken about variations, how to use the leg-break and the googly and how to use the crease. I have told him that he needs to turn the ball both ways. We have been talking about leg-spin angles as well."

    The former Pakistan leg-spinner further expressed that a coach in the Abu Dhabi T10 needs to think out-of-the-box, "There's a big change in coaching style when a coach switches from one format to the other. While our team bats, we ask four-five batsmen to pad up and be ready to walk into the ground. We send our batsmen according to the situation of the game. A coach has to be very proactive and take out-of-the-box decisions in T10."

    Ahmed also said that the Deccan Gladiators could go all the way in the Abu Dhabi T10 if the players play to their potential, "Every team is dangerous in T10. No team can be taken lightly. If a batsman plays well for two overs, then he takes the match away from you. A team has to believe in itself to win a tournament. Our team is very strong; however, we have to play our best cricket. We need to plan well for all of our matches and we should know the strengths and weaknesses of our opponents. I think we can go all the way if our players play to their potential."

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    Bangla Tigers cruised to an easy nine-wicket win over The Chennai Braves in Tuesday’s second fixture of the evening in the Abu Dhabi T10. Openers Johnson Charles and Hazratullah Zazai gave the team a blistering start, making the chase a walk in the park for Faf Du Plessis’ men. In the end, Zazai’s third six of the evening, which was his team’s ninth, helped Bangla Tigers chase down the target of 90 in just 4.2 overs.

    Charles set the tone of the chase by striking The Chennai Braves’ opening bowler Munaf Patel for three sixes in the first over of the innings. His opening partner from Afghanistan, Hazratullah Zazai, was even more severe on Curtis Campher in the next over and smashed him for 26 runs, which included two sixes and three fours. Roman Walker’s introduction to the attack did little to change the course of things for The Chennai Braves as Charles hit him for his fourth six to bring up the team half-century in just 2.1 overs. Walker gave away 21 runs in the over as the Bangla Tigers raced to 67 in their first three overs. By the time Mark Deyal provided the breakthrough by removing Charles in the fourth over, it was too late for his team to make a comeback into the contest. Zazai, in the company of Will Jacks, ensured no further damage was done and took his team to their second win with an unbeaten 34 from 9 deliveries. Jacks contributed 14 from the five deliveries he faced.

    Put into bat by Du Plessis, The Chennai Braves failed to make the most of the powerplay overs as James Faulkner removed Ravi Bopara while Bhanuka Rajapaksa lobbed a simple return catch to Luke Wood within the first three overs. Coming in at number four, captain Dasun Shanaka also failed to stabilise the innings and left his team tottering at 36 for the loss of three wickets at the halfway mark. Angelo Perera and Samiullah Shinwari resurrected the innings with a 36 run partnership. However, just as it seemed that the duo would provide the final flourish to the innings, Perera fell to give Benny Howell his second wicket. Mark Deyal’s late cameo of 15 from 7 balls took The Chennai Braves to 90 in their 10 overs but it wasn’t to prove enough for the Bangla Tigers.

    Brief scores : Bangla Tigers 91/1 (Johnson Charles 36 Hazratullah Zazai 34* Mark Deyal 1-14)The Chennai Braves 90/6 (Angelo Perera 26, Samiullah Shinwari 20, Benny Howell 2-22)



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    November 24, Wednesday: Team Abu Dhabi continued their rampaging run in Abu Dhabi T10 by sealing a last-ball thriller against Delhi Bulls. With 10 to get from the final two deliveries, the match seemed firmly in the Bulls’ grasp. However, Jamie Overton smashed Bulls skipper Dwayne Bravo for two massive sixes to ensure his team chased down 121 to continue its undefeated run in the competition.

    Unlike Monday, there was to be no Stirling-Salt show on Wednesday as the Irish all-rounder was out leg before on the first delivery of the second over by Fazalhaq Farooqi. Phil Salt, however, continued from where he had left in the match against The Chennai Braves and kept the chase alive despite Liam Livingstone struggling with his timing early in the innings. Salt reached his half-century off just 20 balls when he slog-swept Romario Shepherd for his fifth six in the sixth over.

    Shiraz Ahmed, who had bowled a good first over, helped Delhi Bulls pull things back with a miserly seventh over by giving away just four runs. Dominic Drakes’ double strike of Salt and Livingstone in the next over tightened the screws on Team Abu Dhabi who were left needing 34 from the remaining two overs with two new batsmen at the crease.

    Chris Gayle and Overton then took 16 from Farooqi’s ninth over, leaving the experienced Bravo to defend 18 runs from the final over. The left-handed Gayle swung the pendulum of the match with a first-ball six in the final over of the chase but got run out in search of a non-existent second on the fourth ball, leaving Overton with the job of finishing the game.

    Earlier, the Delhi Bulls openers started strongly, making the most of some wayward bowling by Fidel Edwards and Merchant De Lange to notch up 20 runs in the first two overs. Rilee Rossouw looked threatening in his brief stay but was undone by Liam Livingstone’s off-spin in the fourth over. Playing his first match of the competition, Luke Wright showed zero rustiness and hit three of the first four deliveries he faced for boundaries.

    Danny Briggs put the brakes on the Delhi Bulls innings by removing Rahmanullah Gurbaz and conceding only four runs in his first over. Briggs’ good work was continued by Naveen-ul-Haq in the next over who conceded only nine runs. The pressure applied by Briggs and Haq yielded a wicket when Wright miscued an attempted pull to give De Lange his ninth wicket of the competition. However, after three quiet overs, Shepherd changed the complexion of the innings and blitzed his way to an unbeaten 39 from 11 deliveries. His knock that was studded with 3 fours and 4 sixes took Delhi Bulls to 121 as they managed to score 43 from their last two overs.

    Brief scores: Team Abu Dhabi 124/4 (Phil Salt 56, Liam Livingstone 25, Dominic Drakes 2-12) beat Delhi Bulls 121/4 ( Romario Shepherd 39* Luke Wright 25 Danny Briggs 2-20)


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    I have not been following this years edition, how are the Pakistani players performing in this years edition.


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    November 25 Thursday: Faf Du Plessis’ Bangla Tigers completed another comprehensive win on Thursday when they defeated Deccan Gladiators by 9 wickets in the Abu Dhabi T10. Just like in the match against The Chennai Braves, Will Jacks and Hazratullah Zazai made good of a strong foundation provided by Johnson Charles’ big hitting at the top of the order. Courtesy of Zazai’s unbeaten 26-ball-59, the Tigers took only 8.1 overs to overhaul the target of 112. Their third win took them to the third spot on the points table, where they find themselves sandwiched between Deccan Gladiators and Delhi Bulls, both teams with three wins in their bag.

    Following their 19-ball 67-run partnership in the previous match, Charles and Zazai gave another blistering start to Bangla Tigers’ innings. By the time Charles fell to Odean Smith on the final ball of the second over, the team had put on 34 runs on the board. His dismissal didn’t do much to stem the flow of runs as his replacement at the crease, Will Jacks, displayed the full repertoire of his shots to ensure the required run rate never became threatening.

    Captain Wahab Riaz threw the ball to Wanindu Hasaranga for his second over when the Tigers decided to go for their batting powerplay. However, Zazai nullified the Hasaranga threat
    by hitting the leg-spinner for three big hits on the leg side, taking his team closer to the target. His second six of the over brought the 50 run partnership between him and Jacks. The left-hander reached his own half-century in style in the next over when he slogged Sultan Ahmed for another six in the eighth over. Fittingly, the winning runs also came off his bat when he deposited a Tom Banton full toss for four over long-on.

    Earlier, the Deccan Gladiators openers started with a flurry of boundaries but Mohd. Aamir, playing his first match of the tournament, pegged the innings back by dismissing Tom-Kohler Cadmore. In the subsequent overs, James Faulkner and Karim Jamat also picked a wicket apiece on either side of a hat-trick of sixes. With Andre Russell and Tom Banton at the crease, the Gladiators opted for the powerplay at the end of the fourth over. However, they could only go one over without losing a wicket as Benny Howell sent back the danger man Russell with a slower ball.

    David Wiese started dealing in sixes right from his arrival at the crease and remained unfazed by Banton’s dismissal in the seventh over. He found the perfect ally in Odean Smith whose eight-ball 26 took Deccan Gladiators past the 100-run mark. The last two overs of the Gladiators innings yielded 33 runs and helped them post a challenging 112 on the board.

    Brief scores : Bangla Tigers 118/1 (Hazratullah Zazai 59*, Will Jacks 28* Odean Smith 1-21)beat Deccan Gladiators 112/5 (Odean Smith 26*, David Wiese 25* 2-16)

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    November 25 Thursday: Delhi Bulls romped home to a comfortable 8-wicket win over Northern Warriors to leapfrog to the second spot on the points table in the Abu Dhabi T10 on Thursday. Although Rovman Powell hit another half-century to help Warriors pose a challenging 128, it was Bulls opener Rahmanullah Gurbaz who stole the show with a stunning attack from the word go. His 116-run opening partnership with Luke Wright ensured that the Bulls had their noses in front throughout the chase and had minimum difficulty in notching their fourth win in the competition.

    After his good show with the bat in the last fixture, Wright earned himself a promotion in the batting order and came out to open. However, it was the 19-year-old Gurbaz who hogged the limelight by putting on display his entire range of shots against the Warriors bowling attack. Wright provided Gurbaz the perfect support, finding the boundary rope from time to time to take his team to 76 without any loss at the halfway mark.

    Facing Oshane Thomas in the seventh over, Gurbaz brought up his half-century with a six on the off-side from just 24 balls. His flick of the wrist six on the next ball took his team to the triple-figure mark. The diminutive right-hander ended the over with another glorious six, leaving the Bulls with only 21 to get of the final three overs

    Though Gurbaz and Shepherd got out in quick succession, Wright with the experienced Eoin Morgan steered the Bulls to safety with the English white-ball skipper finishing the match with a six on the penultimate delivery.


    Earlier, Delhi Bulls won the toss and decided to bowl. Unlike the previous evening where Moeen Ali and Kennar Lewis lit up the Sheikh Zayed Stadium with a century partnership, the duo was separated on the second ball of the innings when Lewis fell to Sheraz Ahmed. Samit Patel in the company of Ali tried to repair the damage but fell prey to Adil Rashid’s guile in the fourth over. On the first ball of the next over, Ali was caught spectacularly by Eoin Morgan in the outfield when he miscued a pull.

    For the umpteenth time in this tournament, Warriors’ skipper Powell arrived at the crease with his team staring down the barrel. He took no time to get going though and took 17 runs from Romario Shepherd’s over. His confidence seemed to rub on to Ross Whiteley who dispatched Rashid’s leg-spinners for consecutive boundaries in the next over. Powell continued meting out severe punishment to Shepherd’s half-trackers, hitting him for a hat-trick of sixes before Whiteley also joined the party with a six of his own. Farooqi dismissed Whiteley to bring an end to an entertaining 66-run partnership before Powell fell in the penultimate over for 56. Umair Ali hit a couple of big hits during his brief stay at the crease to take the Warriors to 128.

    Brief scores: Delhi Bulls 133/2 (Rahmanullah Gurbaz 70, Luke Wright 40* Umair Ali 1-19) beat Northern Warriors 128/6 (Rovman Powell 56 Ross Whiteley 26 Shiraz Ahmed 2-22)

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    CHRIS GAYLE: “T10 CRICKET HAS RAISED THE BAR”

    GAYLE, WHO IS CURRENTLY PLAYING FOR TEAM ABU DHABI IN THE ABU DHABI T10, PRAISED THE 10-OVER COMPETITION AS SETTING NEW STANDARDS FOR SHORT-FORM CRICKET

    “T10 CRICKET HAS RAISED THE BAR. THEY’RE KILLING THE ENTERTAINMENT IN T20 CRICKET.” - GAYLE

    Friday, 26 October:
    Chris Gayle praised the Abu Dhabi T10 for its non-stop action, while criticising modern openers in the 20-over format for “killing the game” with a more cautious approach to powerplays.

    With two ICC Men’s T20 World Cup winners’ medals to his name and more runs than any other player in the history of 20-over cricket, Gayle has been central to the rise of franchise cricket all over the world.
    And now, while playing for Team Abu Dhabi in the Abu Dhabi T10, Gayle says cricket’s 10-over version is setting new standards when it comes to explosive batting and, ultimately, entertainment.

    “I think, with T10 cricket, that’s how T20 cricket started. From the first over, batters used to go but T20 cricket has slowed down dramatically and T10 cricket has now raised the bar a bit,” said Gayle.

    “They’re killing the entertainment in T20 cricket, straight up, because in those first six overs, we can get more as openers but guys are taking their own time. Sometimes they bat to get a score and they take away from the fire they should be bringing to the batting department in the first six overs, but T10 is spot on and hopefully we’ll see more T10 coming around.

    “I don’t know why batters get so cagey during the first six overs. When T20 cricket started, guys were going from ball one, if you really check the history of T20 cricket looking back on it. I don’t like that fact, I think we should go hard, keep the entertainment that is within the game of T20 cricket and continue to keep that aggression in the first six overs.”
    Team Abu Dhabi are currently top of the Abu Dhabi T10 table with five wins from five matches and Gayle is clearly having fun in his second year with the franchise.

    Gayle is also confident that this could be the year that Team Abu Dhabi lift their first T10 title.

    “Absolutely, I am enjoying my second year with Team Abu Dhabi and we’ve had a great start but anything can happen in T10 in such a short space of time,” he added.

    “I’m happy with where the team is at at the minute and hopefully this is Team Abu Dhabi’s year.”
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    November, 26 Friday: Bangla Tigers turned in yet another clinical performance to hand Team Abu Dhabi their first defeat of Abu Dhabi T10 on Friday. Chasing an imposing total of 130, Liam Livingstone’s team kept losing wickets at regular intervals and could only manage 120 despite a brilliant half-century by Chris Gayle. For the Tigers, after James Faulkner removed the two openers, it was Benny Howell yet again who turned the match with his economical two overs that also fetched his team two crucial wickets.

    Earlier, an injury to Phil Salt during Bangla Tigers’ innings resulted in a change in the opening combination for Team Abu Dhabi as Paul Stirling was joined by the left-handed Colin Ingram at the top of the order. The change didn’t work though as both were snared cheaply by James Faulkner in the third over of the chase. Livingstone's arrival added spark to the contest as he hit Luke Wood for a hat-trick of sixes in the fifth over. However, just when it seemed it was the captain’s night, he got out trying to hit Wood for another six.

    With the required run rate creeping up and wickets tumbling at the other end, Gayle decided to attack Isuru Udana’s medium pace, taking 16 of the Sri Lankan’s bowling. But Benny Howell’s next over once again swung the momentum of the game as he gave away only five runs while also picking up Chris Benjamin’s wicket with a clever knuckle ball. Phil Salt finally made an appearance, and tried to revive the chase with a 7 ball 17 but was cleaned up by the ever reliable Howell to become the fifth wicket to fall. His dismissal left Gayle with a mountain to climb. Although Jamaican tried his best, he didn’t get much support from the other end

    Put in to bat by Livingstone, Bangla Tigers were dealt with an early blow when Johnson Charles got out on the second ball of the innings Will Jacks, who has developed a reputation for himself in this format brought out innovation in the first over itself, hitting two boundaries with perfectly executed scoop shots. Before causing much damage against Liam Livingstone, he was dropped twice in Marchant De Lange’s over by Muhammad Farooq. Livngstone had to bear the brunt of the drops as Jacks hit him for a boundary followed by two consecutive sixes in the third over. Jacks’ charmed stay at the crease was finally brought to an end by Naveen-ul-Haq’s slower ball but he had scored 43 by then.

    Although Karim Janat followed Jacks back to the pavilion soon, Hazratullah Zazai took control of the innings. He smashed a couple of sixes off the bowling of Danny Briggs but played one shot too many to finally give his wicket away for 41 to the spinner. The finishing touches to the innings were provided by the captain himself who blasted de Lange for two sixes in the final over..Du Plessis’ cameo of 22 not out helped the Tigers post a challenging 130.

    Brief scores: Bangla Tigers 130/5 (Will Jacks 43, Hazratullah Zazai 41, Ahmed Daniyal 1-20) beat Team Abu Dhabi 120/7 (Chris Gayle 52*, Liam Livingstone 20, Benny Howell 2-13)


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    November 26, Friday: Deccan Gladiators rose to the second spot on the points table with a 5 wicket win over The Chennai Braves in the second fixture of Abu Dhabi T10 on Friday. The Chennai Braves batting lineup imploded in front of some smart bowling and the team could only manage 57 runs in the first innings of the match. Gladiators' Wanindu Hasaranga was the pick of the bowlers who broke the back of the Braves middle order with figures of 3 wickets for 9 runs from two overs. The loss was Chennai Braves’ sixth of this edition in which they are the only side without a win against their name.

    In their chase, Deccan Gladiators looked in real hurry to notch up a win and went into attack mode from ball one. However, the approach proved to be counter-productive as they lost early wickets with all batsmen trying to clear the boundary. After Nuwan Pradeep removed Tom Kohler-Cadmore in the first over, Mark Deyal got the wickets of Tom Moores and Najibullah Zadran in the second over. Interestingly, the same over also saw two catches being dropped by The Chennai Braves fielders.

    In the next over by Angelo Perera, another rash shot brought about Odean Smith’s downfall to raise hopes in the Chennai camp. However, poor catching came back to haunt the bowling team again when Ravi Bopara dropped opener Tom Banton off Deyal’s bowling. He could add only five more runs to his total though before depositing a full-toss straight down the throat of Bhanuka Rajapaksa at long-on to give Perera his second wicket of the night. Post that, David Wiese and Andre Russell ensured there were to be no more hiccups as they wrapped up the chase in the sixth over.

    Earlier, with The Chennai Braves in desperate need of a win, things looked bright for once when opener Rajapaksa started the innings with a flurry of boundaries. But it was to prove to be a false dawn and his stint at the crease came to an end on the final delivery of the second over when he was snapped up by Hasaranga at the square-leg boundary. That was to prove Hasaranga’s first mark on the match. He made an impression again in the next over, this time as a fielder, when he saved five runs for his team with an acrobatic effort on the boundary rope. When he was introduced as a bowler in the fourth over, he didn’t waste any time to put The Chennai Braves on the backfoot by getting Perera stumped. In the next over, Sultan Ahmed brought an end to Mohammad Shahzad’s laborious stay at the crease. Hasaranga was back in the thick of things in the next over when he sent Dasun Shanaka and Deyal on consecutive deliveries to reduce The Chennai Braves to 38/5.

    Having lost three wickets in three balls, the batting side could not recover and ended with the lowest total in this edition of the tournament. After Rajapaksa’s departure, no batsman could move into double figures and Rumman Raees and Andre Russell picked up two wickets apiece to skittle out Braves for a dismal 57.

    Brief scores: Deccan Gladiators 60/5 (David Wiese 20*, Tom Banton 19, Mark Deyal 2-12) beat The Chennai Braves 57/10 (Bhanuka Rajapaksa 12, Dasun Shanaka 8, Wanindu Hasaranga 3-9)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    November 26, Friday: Deccan Gladiators rose to the second spot on the points table with a 5 wicket win over The Chennai Braves in the second fixture of Abu Dhabi T10 on Friday. The Chennai Braves batting lineup imploded in front of some smart bowling and the team could only manage 57 runs in the first innings of the match. Gladiators' Wanindu Hasaranga was the pick of the bowlers who broke the back of the Braves middle order with figures of 3 wickets for 9 runs from two overs. The loss was Chennai Braves’ sixth of this edition in which they are the only side without a win against their name.

    In their chase, Deccan Gladiators looked in real hurry to notch up a win and went into attack mode from ball one. However, the approach proved to be counter-productive as they lost early wickets with all batsmen trying to clear the boundary. After Nuwan Pradeep removed Tom Kohler-Cadmore in the first over, Mark Deyal got the wickets of Tom Moores and Najibullah Zadran in the second over. Interestingly, the same over also saw two catches being dropped by The Chennai Braves fielders.

    In the next over by Angelo Perera, another rash shot brought about Odean Smith’s downfall to raise hopes in the Chennai camp. However, poor catching came back to haunt the bowling team again when Ravi Bopara dropped opener Tom Banton off Deyal’s bowling. He could add only five more runs to his total though before depositing a full-toss straight down the throat of Bhanuka Rajapaksa at long-on to give Perera his second wicket of the night. Post that, David Wiese and Andre Russell ensured there were to be no more hiccups as they wrapped up the chase in the sixth over.

    Earlier, with The Chennai Braves in desperate need of a win, things looked bright for once when opener Rajapaksa started the innings with a flurry of boundaries. But it was to prove to be a false dawn and his stint at the crease came to an end on the final delivery of the second over when he was snapped up by Hasaranga at the square-leg boundary. That was to prove Hasaranga’s first mark on the match. He made an impression again in the next over, this time as a fielder, when he saved five runs for his team with an acrobatic effort on the boundary rope. When he was introduced as a bowler in the fourth over, he didn’t waste any time to put The Chennai Braves on the backfoot by getting Perera stumped. In the next over, Sultan Ahmed brought an end to Mohammad Shahzad’s laborious stay at the crease. Hasaranga was back in the thick of things in the next over when he sent Dasun Shanaka and Deyal on consecutive deliveries to reduce The Chennai Braves to 38/5.

    Having lost three wickets in three balls, the batting side could not recover and ended with the lowest total in this edition of the tournament. After Rajapaksa’s departure, no batsman could move into double figures and Rumman Raees and Andre Russell picked up two wickets apiece to skittle out Braves for a dismal 57.

    Brief scores: Deccan Gladiators 60/5 (David Wiese 20*, Tom Banton 19, Mark Deyal 2-12) beat The Chennai Braves 57/10 (Bhanuka Rajapaksa 12, Dasun Shanaka 8, Wanindu Hasaranga 3-9)

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    In the next over by Angelo Perera, another rash shot brought about Odean Smith’s downfall to raise hopes in the Chennai camp.
    Ironic that every shot is a rash shot in t10. Wonder how rash this shot was !? LoL

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    November 27, Saturday: Northern Warriors bounced back in style to register their second win as they made a mockery of a 146 run target to win the first contest of Saturday in the Abu Dhabi T10 by 10 wickets. Moeen Ali and Kennar Lewis, who had brought up a century stand in the tournament just a few days ago, lit up the stage once again, this time going one better and doing that in a humongous chase to win their team the match without the loss of a single wicket. Earlier, Colin Ingram’s 61 had helped put Team Abu Dhabi a massive 145 on the board.

    The Warriors opening duo took an over to get their eye in before getting plundering 35 runs from the next two overs of Ahmed Daniyal and Fidel Edwards. They kept the momentum going in the next two overs too, reaching 74 at the halfway mark of the chase. Team Abu Dhabi skipper used all his major bowlers in search of a breakthrough but to no avail. Both the batsmen reached their half-centuries soon and pressed the foot on the accelerator in the seventh and eighth over. Ali made the record of the fastest half-century in this edition of Abu Dhabi T10 his own by getting to the milestone in just 16 deliveries. Starting from the fourth ball of the seventh over, the duo hit eight sixes and one four in a space of eleven deliveries to wrap up the chase with five balls remaining.

    Earlier, the match had begun with an exciting over. Paul Stirling, who had missed out in the last two previous matches, went on the offensive in the first over itself by smashing Oshane Thomas for two sixes. He found his stumps shattered on the next ball but got a reprieve when the action replays revealed that the bowler had overstepped. Stirling hit the next ball for six followed by a four to take 26 runs from the first over. By dismissing the two openers in the next two overs, the Warriors managed to claw their way back into the contest. But the reintroduction of Thomas into the attack in the fifth over allowed the right hand-left hand combination of Liam Livingstone and Colin Ingram to break free again. They plundered 24 runs from the over and gave the innings the momentum it needed.

    Despite the loss of Livingstone for 27 in the seventh over, Ingram continued the assault and took the team past the 100-run mark. He reached his half-century off 17 deliveries. By the time he got out in the final over of the innings for 62, he had ensured his team would end up setting a huge target for the opposition batting lineup. Some lusty hitting by Jamie Overton and Marchant De Lange towards the end of the innings took Team Abu Dhabi to 145.

    Brief scores: Northern Warriors 146/0 (Moeen Ali 77*, Kennar Lewis 65*, Jamie Overton 0-1) beat Team Abu Dhabi 145/6 (Colin Ingram 61, Liam Livingstone 27, Rayad Emrit 2-21)


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    November 27 Saturday: Riding on the back of another solid partnership between openers Johnson Charles and Hazratullah Zazai, Bangla Tigers jumped to the numero uno position on the points table in Abu Dhabi T10 with a win over The Chennai Braves on Saturday. After restricting the Braves to 89, thanks to some fine bowling by Luke Fletcher, the Tigers came out all guns blazing in their chase and wrapped their fifth win of this edition easily. Despite having the same number of wins as Team Abu Dhabi, the Tigers now sit atop the points table courtesy of a better run rate. For The Chennai Braves who came into the match seeking their first win, it proved to be another forgettable outing as they suffered their seventh defeat of the tournament.

    Charles and Zazai have emerged as one of the most threatening opening duo in the tournament and against the Braves bowling attack, they barely broke a sweat in overhauling a target that required them to score at less than 10 an over. As has become the norm, the right-handed Charles started the attack with a four off the final delivery of the first over bowled by Mark Deyal. The next over belonged to Zazai as he put to sword Munaf Patel’s medium pace by scoring 22 from the second over of the chase. There was no respite for the bowling team as Deyal, after bowling a neat first over, was taken to the cleaners in the next, conceding 23 runs. The openers also showed scant regard for Kevin Koththigoda’s mystery spin, finding two sixes and one four from the bowler’s over to take their team closer to a comprehensive win. Charles’ dismissal to Roman Walker allowed the in-form Will Jacks to do the finishing, which he duly did by depositing Dhananjaya Lakshan in the stands to finish the chase in the sixth over. Hazratullah Zazai remained stranded on an undefeated 46 with 5 sixes and 2 fours.

    Earlier, The Chennai Braves struggled to get going after being put in to bat by Bangla Tigers skipper Faf Du Plessis. They could only score 29 runs from the first four overs, losing opener Toby Albert in the process. Mohammad Shahzad, who hasn’t enjoyed the best of the forms in the tournament, seemed to be getting back in touch when he hit his countrymate for a six and a four. However, Ahmed had the last laugh as he sent Shahzad back for 32. Post Shahzad’s departure, no batsman except Mark Deyal could make an impression. Deyal eventually fell for 28 in the penultimate over and as a result, The Chennai Braves could not go past the triple-figure mark in their allotted 10 overs, finishing their innings on 89/4.

    Brief scores: Bangla Tigers 95/1 (Hazratullah Zazai 46*, Johnson Charles 30, Roman Walker 1-11) beat The Chennai Braves 89/4 (Mohammad Shahzad 32, Mark Deyal 28, Luke Fletcher 2-17)

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