Exact cricbuzz prediction: Renshaw is star of Heat’s final ball win over Stars

Matt Renshaw had an average BBL season and didn’t top 30 in six innings played for the Brisbane Heat until Monday (16 January) in a thrilling last-ball victory over the Melbourne Stars at the MCG. The team heroes turned out… The Stars took 159/7 thanks to Nick Larkin’s 39-ball 58 and Michael Nether took 4 wicket holes. Renshaw then went on to score an unbeaten 56 to 90, including a 4 from the last ball, with Jimmy Pearson’s 22 being the second highest score to lead the Heat to a solo victory.

The Heat lost to Josh Brown in a two-over chase, and Usman Khawaja was sacked for 14 by Liam Hatcher after going over the limit. Renshaw started with Bo in 5 overs and he was ahead of Webster by 6 and he was 4, but Marnus his Labschagne fell on his edge over the top as Clint tried to hit his Hincliffe. I was sent off after only 6. The Heat were down to 59/4 in 9 overs after Sam Hain was pushed off by Adam Zampa.

Renshaw, meanwhile, got a lucky break when he was knocked down by Hincliffe in the deep mid-wicket in front of Luke Wood, and shortly after putting up a 31-ball 50, another when the Stars missed a run-out opportunity. there was a grace period. Renshaw and Pearson managed 23 from 2 overs (14th and he was 15th) in a power surge and brought the equation to 36 from his 5th over in the final. Pearson’s outing was stopped by Nathan Coulter-Nile and James Basley hit a six off Zampa before reaching the leg spinner. The Stars needed 24 of 18 as they managed 8 from Zampa. Renshaw scored six from Wood to make it 12 to 13, but Nether were out in 19 overs, leaving the Stars with seven and needing nine from the last over. Having got the ball, Webster started wide before throwing to Renshaw for three points in a row. The hitters managed a pair from each of the next two balls, so Starr needed a boundary from the last ball, with Renshaw scooping his shot and pinching to fine his leg. , won a tense victory.

Earlier, after being called to bat, the Stars lost Joe Clarke in three overs and were bowled out by Nessel, but Hilton Cartwright also made a short layover while Spencer Johnson batted in five overs. bottom. Thomas Rodgers, who hit three-four with 26, fell to Renshaw in the 10th inning as the Stars managed just 67 midway through the inning. Webster settled into the anchor role, and it was Larkin who added momentum to the innings on normal boundaries. However, the Stars fell to 112/5 when Nether scored twice in the 16th inning to chase off Webster and Coulter-Nile.

The big the stars had been waiting for His hit was brought on by James Seymour, who shot two of his sixes from Bazeley in the 17th over, but fell quickly. Larkin hit four boundaries in his last three overs. This included his three against Nessel when in the final over he registered a 32-ball 50, coming out against Nessel in the final ball.

Brief scores: Melbourne Stars 159/7 in 20 overs (Nick Larkin 58, Beau Webster 36; Michael Neser 4-25) lost to Brisbane Heat 160/7 in 20 overs (Matt Renshaw 90*; Liam Hatcher 2-29) by 3 wickets.

Leave a Comment