Mohammad Nabi’s career-best figures helped St Lucia Zouks clinch their fourth win in six matches, in opposition to St Kitts & Nevis Patriots within the first match of the day.
Nabi set the tone for the Zouks, who opted to bowl first, with two wickets within the first over of the match after which one other two in his second. Nabi picked up a maiden 5-wicket haul in T20s because the Patriots struggled alongside to place up 110/9 in 20 overs, their highest scorer Ben Dunk (33).
NABI AND CORNWALL OVERPOWER PATRIOTS
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After a quick bathe, the Zouks resumed needing simply 81 at nicely below 5 an over, which made Deyal’s hoick the primary ball all of the stranger. Emrit took an excellent catch to depart Imran on a hat-trick, which the ever-calm Chase denied him comfortably. Roston Chase (27*) and Najibullah Zadran (33) noticed out the remainder of the chase for St Lucia Zouks.
Trinbago make it 5 in 5
Within the second match of the day, all-round Trinbago Knight Riders thrashed Guyana Amazon Warriors by seven wickets to register their fifth successive victory within the CPL 2020.
Sikandar Raza cleaned up Brandon King, whereas Khary Pierre deceived Chandrapaul Hemraj and Nicholas Pooran to depart the Amazon Warriors 12/3. Pollard sensed blood, placing himself below the helmet virtually on the batter’s toes.
FABULOUS FIELDING INSPIRES FIVE-STAR TKR
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Keemo Paul made 28 off 26 to push the rating previous 100 however Knight Riders by no means actually let the sport slip away from them.
Darren Bravo and Tim Seifert collaborated for an unbeaten 63-run stand to ease the facet house to a win within the 19th over as Knight Riders maintained their unbeaten run.
Transient Scores (Match 1): St Lucia Zouks 111/4 (Najibullah 33; Imran 3/23, Dunk 1/29) beat St Kitts & Nevis Patriots 110/9 (Dunk 33, Joseph 21*, Emrit 16; Nabi 5/15) by six wickets
Transient scores (Match 2): Guyana Amazon Warriors 112/7 in 20 overs (Khary Pierre 3-18) misplaced to Trinbago Knight Riders 115/Three in 18.2 overs (Tim Seifert 39*) by seven wickets.