World Giants won by 3 wickets Gayle the star tonight

Gayle the star
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Gayle the star: The World Giants’ 137-run chase. Easily defeated by Chris Gayle’s 46-ball 57 after Brett Lee (3 for 18) delivered a pivotal last over against the India Maharajas on Wednesday. World Giants won easily in Qatar after finishing the chase with eight balls remaining. From the beginning of the inning. Gayle made it clear what he wanted. He punished the Maharajas bowlers by smashing six boundaries in the first three overs. Being particularly tough on Ashok Dinda. He struck him for four, six. Four, and four off successive pitches in the sixth over.

With his brief cameo appearance, Shane Watson provided some great shots that boosted the energy. He hit substitute India Maharajas skipper Harbhajan Singh for two consecutive boundaries after hitting two fours off Pravin Tambe in the seventh over.

Tambe bowled a miracle delivery to dismiss Watson, beating him on the outside edge and displacing the off bail, temporarily halting the Giants’ cruise.

Gayle In the house Gayle the star

Together with a few other wickets that fell as the innings went on. That dismissal compelled Gayle to be careful in the chase. After taking just 26 balls to reach his half-century, he only managed seven runs in the following 20. Suresh Raina abruptly ended his innings by trapping him in front with a length ball that shocked him and barely bounced.

After that dismissal, World Giants lost more wickets, but cameos from Samit Patel and Morne van Wyk helped them win the match.

Earlier, India Maharajas were in need of a great start due to the absence of their regular captain and in-form opener Gautam Gambhir. Although hitting a boundary off of his second delivery against Samit, Robin Uthappa. Who had just scored an incredible fifty on Tuesday. Did not appear to be in control of the situation. Samit removed him two balls later with an arm ball, which the batter mishit to Aaron Finch at midwicket.

In the ninth over, Raina attempted to up the scoring rate by hitting Monty Panesar for two consecutive sixes. He stepped out to smash the next delivery. Over the bowler’s head after first picking up a back-of-a-length delivery and pulling it over deep midwicket.

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