Ben Dunk smashes consecutive sixes: Patriots’ batsman made his expertise depend when it mattered essentially the most at this time.
Through the 11th match of the continued eighth season of the Caribbean Premier League between St Kitts and Nevis Patriots and Barbados Tridents in Port of Spain, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots batsman Ben Dunk smashed two consecutive sixes to propel his workforce to their maiden victory within the event.
Chasing a 152-run goal, Patriots required 13 runs to win within the final over being bowled by debutant pacer Nyeem Younger. Having missed a supply after a large ball, 33-year previous Dunk placed on show his expertise of taking part in in T20 leagues around the globe in opposition to a rookie bowler to register victory by hitting two back-to-back sixes.
Dunk may not have scored many runs however him scoring 22 (11) inclusive of 1 4 and two sixes was sufficient for his workforce who had been put in a profitable place by opening batsman Evin Lewis’ 30th T20 half-century.
Opening the batting with Chris Lynn (16), Lewis ended up scoring 89 (60) with the assistance of two fours and 9 sixes to single-handedly flip the tables regardless of Lynn getting out cheaply.
After Patriots captain Ryad Emrit received the toss and selected to discipline, Tridents scored a mediocre 151/7 in 20 overs. It was batsman Corey Anderson who scored 31 (19) with the assistance of three sixes in direction of the top to put up a aggressive complete. With bowling figures of 4-0-17-2, Patriots’ Jon-Russ Jaggesar was the choose of their bowlers.
Ben Dunk smashes consecutive sixes
SLAM DUNK! Ben Dunk wins the match with two huuuge sixes!!!
— CPL T20 (@CPL)
How Twitterati reacted:
12 wanted off 5 balls.
Ben Dunk smashes two biggies and helped the Patriots open their account in 👌👌
— FanCode (@FanCode)
The profitable feeling!
Ben Dunk slams two sixes in two balls within the closing over to seal the sport for !
— CricXtasy (@CricXtasy)
Ben Dunk is a criminally underrated T20 participant. Not too late for Australia to contemplate him as a finisher for subsequent 12 months’s World Cup.
— Sreshth Shah (@sreshthx)
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