THU vs HUR: Ben Cutting, Brendan Doggett pulled the game back from Hurricanes to win the match by 62 runs

0
8
THU vs HUR Match Highlights
Image Source: twitter
Article top

THU vs HUR Match Highlights

Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes 22nd Match of the BBL-12

THU vs HUR Match Highlights: Thunders with an outstanding all-around performance, won the match by 62 runs. Following the 15-all-out all-out, they have made an extremely amazing turnaround in season 12 of the BBL.

Ollie Davies and Alex Hales’s at-bats laid the groundwork for this amazing performance. The Hurricanes had a chance thanks to Matthew Wade’s assault, but it was always going to be a difficult pursuit.

Sydney Thunder from starting the season in the worst possible way to changing things around by proving a point to other teams in this season of the Big Bash League.

THU vs HUR: Amazing Batting from Thunders, Early on in the Match;

Outstanding performance by the Thunder, the final three overs of the first innings produced 44 runs. Gilkes gave them a thunderous beginning. Then Hales seized control. When Oliver Davies entered, he sat in the driver’s seat. All bowlers were smashed into the corners.

He was the dominant partner in a century stand with Hales and contributed one of the best BBL innings. Ellis had the best performance with a 4-for, but the Thunder managed a respectable 228. The pitch is excellent for batting. If the Hurricanes get off to a strong start or have wickets in hand, they will feel confident about their chances.

Thanks to opener Alex Hales (77 runs), who became the first Big Bash player to make a half-century in Albury, and Ollie Davies (65 runs), the Thunder had set the Hurricanes a target of 229 runs to win.

THU vs HUR: Alone Fighter from the Hurricane’s side (Matthew Wade)

With three sixes in a single over, Wade quickly changed the tide while still new to the crease. He hammered his way to a half-century in 19 balls, which was a harbinger of things to come. However, he was eventually dismissed for 67 when he hit a drive to the Thunder’s Rilee Rossouw.

THU vs HUR: A Snowfall of Wickets after Wade’s dismissal

The Hurricanes dropped to 7-61 when Wade left as the Thunder enjoyed stealing wickets. From that point forward, the Hurricanes’ stunning fall was all one-way traffic.

THU vs HUR: Bowling Star for Thunders?

With statistics of 4-35, Brendan Doggett was the Thunder’s top bowler, With this victory, the Thunder enter into a tie for first place with the table-topping Perth Scorchers and Sydney Sixers on eight points. This is an impressive turnaround for the squad considering they only scored 15 runs in their season-opening contest.

THU vs HUR Player of the Match

Oliver Davies received the player of the match award for his incredible performance with the bat where he scored 62 runs from 35 balls with five fours and five sixes.

THU vs HUR: Amazing comeback from a bad start to the season

This is a beautiful victory for the Thunder. They launched it with some breathtaking cameos. The bowlers were under pressure, but they managed to seize crucial opportunities in the middle overs to stop the cane train.

When Wade was in control, the Hurricanes were on track, however, once he was injured and Tim David was exhausted, they lost momentum.

With a four-for, Doggett stood out, while Cutting secured a few crucial wickets. After a shaky start, the Thunder have since won three straight games and are performing well.

For more Cricket News and Updates Join our Telegram Channel

Big Bash League – 12: What’s Next?

Sydney Thunders will face off against Perth Scorchers on 4th Jan 2023. While Hobart Hurricanes will face Adelaide Strikers on 2nd Jan 2023. Thunders will be looking to maintain their winning streak, on the other hand, Hurricanes will be looking to bounce back from the loss here at Lavington Sports Oval, Albury.

Matched Content Ad