Qalandars vs Bangla Tigers, T10 League 2019, 3rd Place Playoff

Bangla Tigers defeated Qalandars to claim the 3rd spot in T10 League 2019:

Qalandars: 109/3
Bangla Tigers: 113/4 (9.4/10 overs, target 110)
Bangla Tigers won the match by 6 wickets with 2 balls remaining.

Qalandars vs Bangla Tigers, the Tigers defeated Qalandars in the 3rd place playoff of the T10 League 2019. Qalandars scored 109 runs at the cost of 3 wickets while batting first. Bangla Tigers achieved the target for 4 wickets in 9.4 overs, winning the match by 6 wickets with 2 balls to spare.

Bangla Tigers’ Andre Fletcher was named the “Player of the Match” for his explosive fifty that led the charge for the Tigers.

Qalandars vs Bangla Tigers

Qalandars vs Bangla Tigers, Fletcher and Rossouw secure the 3rd Playoff:

Bangla Tigers won the toss and opted to field first. Qalandars sent Captain Dawid Malan and wicketkeeper-batsman Luke Ronchi to bat first. Dawid Malan scored 24 runs from 17 balls. Luke Ronchi smacked 19 runs from 9 deliveries with 4 fours. Amjad Khan lost his wicket on a golden duck.

Qalandars had lost 3 wickets for 52 runs from 5.1 overs. Peter Trego and Phil Salt shared a 57 runs partnership together as they finish on 109/3 after the 10 overs. Phil Salt scored 30 runs from 15 balls, while Peter Trego contributed 23 runs from 18 deliveries. Prabath Jayasuriya took 2 wickets for 14 runs, while Kevin Koththiigoda claimed 1 for 29 runs.

Bangla Tigers required 110 runs to win the match. Andre Fletcher and Rilee Rossouw came to bat first for their team. The pair provided their team with an explosive start. Rilee Rossouw blasted 31 runs from 15 balls after hitting 3 fours and 2 sixes. Wicketkeeper-batsman Tom Moores added 4 runs, and Colin Ingram contributed 6 runs.

Andre Fletcher played a blistering inning of 52 runs from 30 balls with 4 sixes and 3 fours before losing his wicket to Jordan Clark in the 9th over. Captain Thisara Perera smacked his first ball for a six as the Tigers finished on 113/4 in 9.4 overs. Peter Trego, Sultan Ahmed, Samit Patel, and Jordan Clark each took 1 wicket.