Rashid Khan showed up a strong bowling stance in the latest CPL match. The bowler knocked his first hat-trick in CPL. Guyana Amazon Warrior knocked Jamaica Tallawahs with a 5-wicket victory, which was almost a calk walk for the team. The Tallawahs were by two strong scores off Kumar Sangakkara and Lendl Simmons, but when Luke Ronchi and Chadwick Walton began to score for Warriors, their strike was shunned. With the win, the Warriors will now tussle against Trinbago Knight Riders in the second qualifier in the tournament. It was Kumar Sangakkara, who pulled up the inning to a strong score. The Tallawahs lifted its score to 168 for 8 after the wobble. The recovery from 116 for 7 to 168 to 8 was strong.
Another hard hitter in the inning was Chadwick Walton, who started the campaign with a high six. The chase has another high score from Luke Ronchi, who scored 70 runs. The strong strike off these players enabled the Amazon Warriors to nick the victory with 13 balls to spare. Walton hammered 39 runs off 23 balls in the match. He partnered with Luke Ronchi for 67 runs. In the chase, the Warriors reached 90 for a single wicket in 8 overs. It was a strong start that enabled an easy chase.
The chase was healthy until Luke Ronchi was steering the inning. However, after the player was trapped by Mohammad Sami, the Warriors struck a roadblock. When Ronchi was down, the team required 14 runs off 22. Ronchi scored 70 runs off just 33 balls. In the previous inning, Lendl Simmons and Kennar Lewis set the inning with a strong partnership. Simmons scored 34, but it was a slog in the over off Steven Jacobs. The team was struck with two wickets in the same over.
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