The Hundred Match Updates: Birmingham Phoenix seal tense win over Oval Invincibles

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Birmingham Phoenix vs Oval Invincibles Match Updates: 

Kane Richardson with his amazing bowling class dismissed Oval Invincibles skipper Sam Billings and Jordan Cox in two successive deliveries creating a hole in the Invincibles, Tom Helm also managed to pick up three wickets for eleven runs from his 20 balls. Here in this article, we look at Birmingham Phoenix vs Oval Invincibles Match Updates in details.

Even though the Curran brothers tried to carry their side to victory all the efforts went to wane when Richardson and Tom Helm knocked out the Invincibles batting lineup and claimed the victory by 10 runs in the Hundred tournament.

Birmingham Phoenix with this 10-run win over Oval Invincibles gave the push for the Phoenix side to third place in the Men’s Hundred tournament.

The Curran brother’s power did not work as Kane and Helm outpowered them to claim their victory. First Phoenix scored 166 for 6 wickets, where Livingstone scored 45 runs from 32 balls and Moeen Ali with the second highest score of 42 from 25 balls helped the Phoenix side post a decent total.

Both Tom and Sam Curran failed to pick up wickets and only Milnes supported the Ovals side to stop the run flow, where Milnes picked up 3 wickets for 32 runs in his 20 balls.

But the Curran brothers tried to score but failed to lead their side to victory and fell short by 10 runs, Both Curran brothers scored 30 runs each and Cox also scored 32 runs in 29 balls.

Kane Richardson was awarded Man of the Match for his three-wicket spell which was the game changer for Phoenix helping them to win the match. After the match when asked about the match experience Richardson stated that “It is always nice to win and that is a tough ground to defend on, to be honest. “Feedback at midway was there was the tempo and bounce within the wicket however how we shut it down once they have been coming fairly arduous on the finish there was good.

“Tom Helm that over he was pretty class, the Curran boys were coming and to get them both out is match-winning. “They got here as arduous as we knew they’d so it was an excellent win.”

London Spirit will face off Welsh Fire in the next match of the Hundred tournament at 6:30 Pm

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