ICL Hyderabad Heroes Beats Dhaka Warriors, 7th, Match Highlights

October 16th, 2008 Posted in 20-20, ICL, Match Highlights, Twenty 20

October 15 (ICL Match 7) A fantastic batting performance by Alok Kapali helped Dhaka Warriors score 168 for the loss of nine wickets in their stipulated quota of 20 overs.

Warriors, who were struggling at 57 for five at one stage, managed to post 168 on scoreboard due to a fine century by Kapali, first of the ICL season two, who scored 100 of just 60 balls, slamming eleven boundaries and five sixers.

Earlier, Dhaka Warriors won the toss and elected to bat.

Abdul Razzaq gave the Hyderabad Heroes first breakthrough when he claimed the wicket of  Shahriar Nafees, when the score board read zero.

Razzaq and Nicky Boje claimed three wickets each.

Chris Harris was the most expensive bowler. He gave away 32 runs of three overs.

Opening batsmen for Hyderabad Heroes James Maher and Abdul Razzaq gave good starts, but both fell in their 20s.

Just when Stuart Binny looked all set for a big score, he was run out for 30. His knock came off just 17 balls with two fours and two sixes.

Nicky Boje, who was set, also got run out for 31 when Heroes score was 141 for six.

However, Chris Harris steered Heroes to victory in a thrilling match with two balls to spare with his unbeaten 37 off just 17 balls. His knock included five boundaries and a six.

Alok Kapali was named the ‘man of the match’ for his brilliant knock.

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