Yesterday cricket match prediction: A quiet James Vince was key to the Gulf Giants’ impressive start to ILT20, says head coach Andy Flower.

The Gulf Giants got off to a cheerful start to their campaign in the inaugural edition of DP World ILT20, leading the way with eight points from five games.

Adani’s Gulf Giants, deftly led by the team’s all-time hitter, England’s James Vince, came out of the block with breakneck pace, and the team also lived up to expectations by the end of the game.

“Vince’s form has been great. He’s a top-class player and has been key to his success so far. His captain is positive, Vince is calm and makes good tactical decisions. and he is led from the front. Simron Hetmaier is also in great shape and has worked hard in training and has replicated that in the game. Our bowlers are also experienced and handle the pressure well,” said head coach Andy Flower.

“Players like Chris Jordan and David Wiese have played well for us with the ball and our lineup has been impressive so far. Adanis Gulf Giants We also benefit from having players like Dominic Drakes doing well in training and pushing where the XI is playing, making everyone nervous,” Flower added.

The former Zimbabwean captain, who is part of the Giants team, has also spoken of the talented UAE cricketer, saying the local cricketer is in good standing and praised young Sanchit his Sharma. “Such quality tournaments are great for UAE cricket. Each team has at least four UAE players and we have seen some excellent performances by them. Good thing, on our side Sanchit did well, he was a calm and skilled swing bowler under pressure, while Aryan Khan struggled and Ashwant Varsapa also took his chances. Exposure is really good for these players and their good performance just works for everyone,” the coach said.

Flower, who scored many goals in his playing days and often led the Zimbabwe side’s resistance, also noted the fact that his side had shown a willingness to fight. “Players have always enjoyed the challenges that were presented to them. It is always nice to see teams thrive in difficult situations. All coaches love to see that. , It’s good to see him fighting to get out of the situation. This bodes well for the Adani Gulf Giants team,” he signed.

The Gulf Giants’ next game is against Abu Dhabi His Knight His Riders on January 25 in Dubai.

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