Trinbago Knight Riders made certain that they received their second consecutive sport of CPL 2020 with a seven-wicket win over Jamaica Tallawahs in Match 6 on Thursday. Tallawahs batted first and had been restricted to 135/Eight of their allotted 20 overs. Opener Glenn Phillips scored 58 off 42 balls, other than him, Andre Russell got here up with an uncharacteristic 26-ball 25 and it mirrored on the scorecard.
Within the chase, Knights had been powered by Sunil Narine and Colin Munro’s good batting shows. Tallawahs had been fancying their possibilities when the Knights had been lowered to 0/1 however a strong stand between Narine (53) and Munro (49) made certain Tallawahs did not make any additional inroads.
Temporary Scores: Trinbago Knight Riders 136/3 (Narine 53, Munro 49*, DM Bravo 14; Mujeeb 1/13, Edwards 1/19, Lamichhane 1/30) beat Jamaica Tallawahs 135/8 (Phillips 58, Russell 25, Asif 22; Seales 2/21, Ali Khan 2/25, Fawad 1/18, Narine 1/19) by 7 wickets
Straightforward win for Zouks in a rain-curtailed sport
In a rain-affected sport, St. Lucia Zouks defeated defending champions Barbados Tridents by seven wickets. It was a simple win for Darren Sammy’s males after a revised goal of 47 was set attributable to rain. The facet comfortably chased that down in 4.1 overs because of an unbeaten 16 from Andre Fletcher. He was ably supported by Afghanistan’s star all-rounder Mohammad Nabi who scored 15 runs in simply six balls. Earlier Barbados had posted 131/7 when the rain arrived. Opening batter Johnson Charles top-scored with 35 off 19 balls whereas skipper Jason Holder scored 27.
Temporary Scores: St Lucia Zouks 50/3 (Fletcher 16*, Nabi 15, Cornwall 14; Rashid 2/24, Reifer 1/13) beat Barbados Tridents 131/7 (Charles 35, Holder 27, Hope 19; Chase 2/8, Kuggeleijn 2/28, Nabi 1/19, Deyal 1/3) by 7 wickets (DLS goal 47 off 5 overs)