In the Big Bash League qualifier match, the Sydney Sixers team defeated Perth Scorchers by 9 wickets in a one-sided match to make it to the tournament finals for the second time in a row. The Perth Scorchers team, batting first, set a strong score of 167 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the scheduled 20 overs. In response, the Sydney team achieved this target in 17 overs on the basis of an unbeaten innings of 98 runs by James Vince. However, Andrew Tye did not allow James Vince to complete his century and gave the final run as wide, after which Vince was also seen to be quite angry.
– Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) January 30, 2021
Actually, the 18th over of Sydney’s innings started and the team needed just one run to win. James Vince was batting for 98 at the time and looked and was hoping he would complete his century, but Andrew Tye threw the first ball wide of the over and Vince missed his century. After this, Vince stood at the crease for some time and stared at Ty with angry eyes. However, he later joined hands with Ty and fellow Perth players also praised his innings.
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Sydney’s team has managed to reach the final of the Big Bash League for the second time in a row. Last season, the team won this trophy. For the Perth Scorchers, Josh Inglis displayed a great batting innings and played a brilliant innings of 69 runs. At the same time, the team captain Turner batted in the last overs and scored 33 runs in 22 balls.