In the currently ongoing Bangladesh Premier League, Dhaka Dynamite thumped down Khulna Titans with a massive 65-run win. The Dynamites put up the score of 202 for 7 wickets. In the inning, the best strike was from Evin Lewis and Cameron Delport. Lewis scored 66 runs off 40, while Delport added 64 runs off 31. The latter had an impressive strike rate of 206.45. Lewis and the player partnered for 116 runs. The players paired until 13 overs since the fourth, to haul Dynamite into a comfortable stance. In the chase, they team toppled Khula Titans with impressive spells off Abu Haider and Shakib Al Hasan. The Titans could only chase until the 137 runs, exhausting the inning in the pre-ultimate over.
At a point in the earlier inning, Titan’s bowlers introduced a sturdy attack taking down thee Dynamites batsmen for only 11 runs. Keiron Pollard and Shakib Al-Hasan returned without any good score. It was Al Hassan, who plundered sixes to bring back the run rate on tract. In the inning Titans’ bowler Abu Jayed and Shafiul Islam took two wickets each. While Jofra Archer and Carlos Braithwaite removed a single wicket each.
In the chase, Dynamite bowlers showed up a headstrong attack picking up two early wickets. In three first overs, Nazmul Hossain Shanto and Carlos Braithwaite were removed with attacks off Abu Hider and Shakib Al Hasan. Opener Chadwick Walton was sent back in the fifth over as the second highest scorer. He added 30 off only 13 balls with a flashy knock of five fours and a six. After the early slog, Rilee Rossouw steered the inning adding 23 runs. The team had the final impetus off Jofra Archer, who knocked 36 off 24 balls. Dynamite bowler Abu Hider Rony took three wickets, while Al Hasan, Sunil Narine and Khalid Ahmed removed two each.
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