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IPL 2021 : Glenn Maxwell's switch-hit six off Rahul Chahar
During the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians on Sunday, RCB's Glenn Maxwell hit a switch-hit shot to send Rahul Chahar's delivery into the sky for a maximum. Whereas, Virat Kohli became the first Indian to complete 10,000 T20 runs while batting against MI on Sunday.
RCB's Glenn Maxwell hit a switch-hit shot to send Rahul Chahar's delivery into the stands in the 14th over. Virat Kohli scored 51 off 32 balls to guide his team to 126/3 before his dismissal. During the match, Kohli also became the first Indian to complete 10,000 T20 runs while batting against MI on Sunday.
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Scotland defeat PNG in the tri-series opener!
Scotland continued their CWC League 2 mission with a guaranteed 6-wicket triumph over the still-winless Papua New Guinea in the principal match of the seventh League 2 three-dimensional series at Muscat, pursuing down PNG's 197-run all out with seven overs close by. Manager opener Matthew Cross set up the pursuit with a 75-ball 70, while Calum MacLeod's 45 kept the Scots in charge through the center overs before George Munsey saw them easily home. Papua New Guinea were in a difficult situation right on time subsequent to being welcome to bat, the Scottish new ball pair of Safyaan Sharif and Ali Evans both striking ahead of schedule, before left arm spinner Hamza Tariq crushed the spirit of the innings with three continuous center request wickets. Chad Soper and Damien Ravu organized a late assembly to get the Barramundis near the 200-mark, yet the 198-run target would present little test for the Scots' top request.
Sharif got Scotland looking fine so far, taking advantage of the swing on offer early and discovering a shade of away development and taking Tony Ura's external edge with his fifth ball. Evans didn't settle to his assignment so rapidly, the principal chunk of his third over met with a fine back foot square drive from PNG captain Asad Vala that dashed to the rope before point before Lega Siaka excessively struck consecutive fours, however Evans would triumph ultimately as Siaka was rapped on the back cushion by a full pitched inswinger and turned upward to be met with a raised finger.
Vala tried to pull the energy back along with Charles Amini, runs proceeding to stream in the powerplay, yet Gavin Main delivered an inswinger that Amini's drive and collided with the foundation of off stump on the full in the 10th over to leave PNG at 59-3 as the field spread. Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer looked on his left side arm turn pair of Mark Watt and Hamza Tahir to turn the screw, Watt creating tension with spot balls from over the wicket toward one side and Tahir giving danger from the other.
The first of Tahir's three would come in the sixteenth over, Sese Bau top edging a trudge clear and Ali Evans tearing in off the rope at cover highlight hold a low find jumping forward. Tahir added the scalp of Vala in the nineteenth, pushing it opposite around the wicket and the PNG commander goading at it, and edging through to cross. Jason Kila would get off the imprint driving the ball for four behind point, however edged to MacLeod at first slip hoping to rehash the shot three balls later, casualty to a brilliant one-gave get that Macleod appeared to pull from a yard behind him.
Coetzer brought back the seamers hoping to polish things off, and Ali Evans almost conveyed, a back of a length conveyance drawing a shy fighting edge from Doriga through to Cross and Chad
Soper enduring a vociferous LBW advance next ball. Soper would endure notwithstanding, and along with Norman Vanua endured the remainder of the spell. add 20 for the eighth wicket. Gavin Main's return finished the organization, the principal bundle of his subsequent spell cannoning into Vanua's stack of the full before leg stump, and offered out to the amazement of all, yet Soper and Ravu would take join to bring the match into the passing overs.
The pair would at last counter-assault in the 46th, taking 18 runs of Safyaan Sharif. Ravu would opening out off Main in the 37th over for 32, and Soper had to inside a single chance of a merited 50 years, a French slice for four through fine leg across the stumps off Sharif in the 48th taking him to 45*, yet his karma didn't endure. Taking the single off the second chunk of the 48th demonstrated a mix-up, Sharif enticing number 11 Nosiana Pokana into the drive with a more slow ball outside off and tracking down the external edge, and Cross would accumulate to leave Soper abandoned on 46*, PNG all out for 197.