CPL Live Streaming free : Guyana Amazon Warriors Beat Trinbago Knight Riders Guyana Amazon Warriors Beat Trinbago Knight Riders

On Thursday, Guyana Amazon Warriors beat defending champion Trinbago Knight Riders by nine runs. The Knight Riders won the toss and put the Amazon Warriors in to bat, restricting them to 142/7 despite Shimron Hetmyer’s half-century. The Amazon Warriors, on the other hand, bowled well, taking wickets at regular intervals to win their first match. Sunil Narine dismissed Chandrapaul Hemraj for two sixes.

To maximise the PowerPlay overs, the Amazon Warriors brought in the hard-hitting Odean Smith at number three.

Smith deserved his promotion with 24 runs from 15 balls, but after he fell, the Amazon Warriors innings stalled at 57/3.

When Isuru Udana dismissed Shoaib Malik for 2 runs off 12 balls and Akeal Hosein dismissed Mohammed Hafeez soon after, Guyana appeared to be in trouble.

With five overs left, skipper Nicholas Pooran tried to boost the ante with Shimron Hetmyer, but the captain was caught by Darren Bravo on the boundary.

A half-century from vice-captain Hetmyer ensured Guyana reached a respectable total.

Despite losing Lendl Simmons and Colin Munro in the PowerPlay, the Knight Riders led by 6 runs.

Imran Tahir came in and quickly removed both Sunil Narine and Bravo, and the Amazon Warriors continued to take wickets at regular intervals.

After 12 overs, Knight Riders were 78/5 when Romario Shepherd got Kieron Pollard to nick one behind to Pooran for 2 runs.

Winning the CPL 2021: Guyana Amazon Warriors Trinbago Knight Riders The Trinbago Knight Riders lost to the Guyana Amazon Warriors by nine runs. Asian News Worldwide 27 August 2021 11:31 IST 2 min read

Guyana Amazon Warriors Defeat Trinbago Knight Riders in CPL 2021

CPL 2021: Guyana Amazon Warriors beat TKR by nine runs.

Highlights

Amazon Warriors 9 runs Trinbago Knight Riders

This was the first game of the CPL 2021.

Shimron Hetmyer scored a fantastic

On Thursday, Guyana Amazon Warriors beat defending champion Trinbago Knight Riders by nine runs. The Knight Riders won the toss and put the Amazon Warriors in to bat, restricting them to 142/7 despite Shimron Hetmyer’s half-century. The Amazon Warriors, on the other hand, bowled well, taking wickets at regular intervals to win their first match. Sunil Narine dismissed Chandrapaul Hemraj for two sixes.

To maximise the PowerPlay overs, the Amazon Warriors brought in the hard-hitting Odean Smith at number three.

Smith deserved his promotion with 24 runs from 15 balls, but after he fell, the Amazon Warriors innings stalled at 57/3.

When Isuru Udana dismissed Shoaib Malik for 2 runs off 12 balls and Akeal Hosein dismissed Mohammed Hafeez soon after, Guyana appeared to be in trouble.

With five overs left, skipper Nicholas Pooran tried to boost the ante with Shimron Hetmyer, but the captain was caught by Darren Bravo on the boundary.

A half-century from vice-captain Hetmyer ensured Guyana reached a respectable total.

Despite losing Lendl Simmons and Colin Munro in the PowerPlay, the Knight Riders led by 6 runs.

Imran Tahir came in and quickly removed both Sunil Narine and Bravo, and the Amazon Warriors continued to take wickets at regular intervals.

After 12 overs, Knight Riders were 78/5 when Romario Shepherd got Kieron Pollard to nick one behind to Pooran for 2 runs.

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Dinesh Ramdin’s late hitting kept the Knight Riders in the game, but a smart catch by Malik ended their hopes.

Trinbago Knight Riders 133/9 Guyana Amazon Warriors 142/7 (Hetmyer 54, Odean Smith) (Denesh Ramdin 28; Romario Shepherd 3-15)

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