After defeating the current champion Northern Warriors in the previous match, this time the Bengal Tigers blew away Chennai. The Bengal Tigers lost to Chennai by a huge margin of 9 wickets in a match played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.
Although the Bengal Tigers did not do well in the first two matches of the tournament, they came back to the tournament from the third match. The Bengal Tigers seem to be giving their best by winning two in a row. In the previous match against Northern Warriors, the batsmen did great, but even today, the bowlers have given the team the lead. Chennai, batting first, were able to score only 90 runs.
The highest 26 runs for the ball came from the bat of Angelo Pereira. Besides, Samiullah scored 20, Dial 15 and Rajapaksa 10 runs. Benny Howell took two wickets for the Bengal Tigers. Chasing the target of 91 runs, the Bengal Tigers made a storm from the beginning. Johnson Charles and Hazrat Ullah, the team’s two openers, picked up six runs off just 19 balls. Johnson returned with 36 runs off 12 balls.
He hit a four and five sixes. After that Hazratullah Zazai came to ensure victory in just 4.2 overs with Jacques. He was unbeaten on 34 off 9 balls. Jazai hit 4 fours and 3 sixes. Jacques made 14 runs off 5 balls.
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