Yedu Satheesh

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Maxwell and Miller earned his second win in Punjab

Maxwell and Miller earned his second win in Punjab

Post By : Yedu Satheesh

Post Rank : 2166th

Category : Sports Arena

Sub Category : Cricket

21 Apr 2014

Glenn Maxwell (89) and David Miller (51 not out) thanks to the Punjab innings Aatish League Twenty20 match at Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Sunday defeated by seven wickets in Rajasthan. Punjab Rajasthan got a huge target of 192 runs for three wickets in eight balls acquired. Maxwell was elected player of the match.

Punjab is no better start, Virender Sehwag (2) and Wriddhiman Saha (2) wickets had fallen by over a third. But Maxwell was batting once again. Maxwell Cheteshwar Pujara (40 not out) for the third wicket partnership of 116 runs, played excellent. Maxwell fifth ball of the 14th over, trying to figure towering shot was caught by Steve Smith.

Maxwell faced 45 balls and hit eight fours and six sixes. Also, most runs in the seventh round of the League T20 Maxwell and find the most sixes in the list of batsmen who have reached the top. Maxwell against Punjab 95 runs in the first match in Chennai was superb innings and 206 runs Punjab's contribution was extremely difficult to accomplish.

After Maxwell Punjab still needed 66 runs in 37 balls, which did not seem very easy. Pujara was definitely standing safely on one end, there were unable to run faster. But after Maxwell Miller came to bat four sixes in his 18 overs and scored 27 runs and has significantly reduced the gap between the balls.

Finally Punjab to just 10 runs needed from the last 12 balls. Miller completed his fifty with a six - with the winning runs for Punjab. Miller completed his fifty in 19 balls, including six sixes. Snymbri Pujara batted very well and end up with Miller stood and faced 38 balls with three fours.

Opting to bat first, losing the toss Rajasthan Sanju Samson (52) and Shane Watson (50) with the help of the fabulous fifties set 191 runs for five in 20 overs made up a big score. Rajasthan hero of the last match Ajinkya Rahane (13) could not do this match and was run out in the last over of the third over. But not at the pace of scoring Rajasthan and Kerala for the second wicket young talented batsman Abhishek Nayar Sanju Samson (23) with 32 runs in 19 balls and 42 balls for the third wicket with captain Shane Watson 74 runs The partnership played.

Watson looked in the mood blitz coming. He hit five fours and three sixes in 29 balls. The letter Patel Watson was clean bowled by a total of 128. He then came to bat, Stuart Binny (12) could not last much longer, and handed Mitchell Johnson caught by David Miller became due. Meanwhile, Samson had completed his fifty. Half-century after the sharp shot rounds of Samson was soon back in the pavilion. Samson was bowled by Parvinder Avana. Samson faced 34 balls, three fours and four sixes.

In the final overs, Steve Smith (27) also played a useful innings. Smith hit five fours in 15 balls. The most successful bowler for Rajasthan is Patel. A letter by 22 runs at an average of 5.5 wickets.