Qalandars vs Karnataka Tuskers, T10 League 2019, Match 20

Qalandars defeated Karnataka Tuskers in T10 League:

Qalandars: 130/7
Karnataka Tuskers: 98/9 (10/10 overs, target 131)
Qalandars won the match by 32 runs.

Qalandars vs Karnataka Tuskers, the 20th match of the T10 League 2019, ended up in a 32 runs win for the Qalandars. The Qalandars scored 130 runs at the cost of 7 wickets while batting first. The Tuskers finished their innings on 98 runs after losing 9 wickets in the 10 overs, falling 33 runs short of winning the match.

Qalandars’ Tom Banton was awarded the “Player of the Match” for his heroic innings that led his team in setting up a total this huge against the Tuskers.

Qalandars vs Karnataka Tuskers

Qalandars vs Karnataka Tuskers, Tom Banton scores 80:

Qalandars won the toss and opted to bat first. They sent their captain Dawid Malan and Tom Banton to bat first. The Qalandars lost their captain in the first over of the match. Wicketkeeper-batsman Phil Slat also scored only 11 runs from 7 balls. The Qalandars were struggling at the start, but then Tom Banton struck 80 runs from 28 balls with the help of 9 fours and 6 sixes to bring his team back on the front foot.

Laurie Evans added 17 runs from 9 balls, and Sultan Ahmed remained not out after contributing 13 runs from 8 deliveries as Qalandars finished on 130/7. Ahmed Raza and Sandeep Lamichhane took 2 wickets each, while Nathan Rimmington and Kesrick Williams claimed 1 wicket each for their team.

The Tuskers required 131 runs to win the match. Johnson Charles and Evin Lewis came to bat first. Evin Lewis lost his wicket on a golden duck after getting lbw by Mujeeb Ur Rahman. Johnson Charles struck 24 runs from 9 deliveries. Wicketkeeper-batsman Shafiqullah added 12 runs.

Captain Hashim Amla could only score 2 runs from 4 balls. Ross Whitely added 15 runs from 9 balls, while Ryan ten Doeschate smacked 25 runs from 13 balls. The match was well beyond the Tuskers’ grasp after they fell so many runs behind. Karnataka Tuskers finished on 98/9 after 10 overs. Sultan Ahmed took 2 wickets in 1 over for 5 runs. George Garton took 2 wickets for 21 runs. Lahuri Kumara, Chris Jordan, Seekkuge Prasanna, and Mujeeb Ur Rahman took 1 wicket each.