London Spirit vs Trent Rockets Highlights: The 10th league match of the Hundred tournament is set to play between London Spirit and Trent Rockets.
London Spirit vs Trent Rockets
London Spirit vs Trent Rockets – 10th Match
|Date||Thursday, July 29, 2021|
London Spirit won the toss and opt to bowl
London Spirit vs Trent Rockets Squad
London Spirit Playing XI
Adam Rossington (wk), Josh Inglis, Joe Denly, Eoin Morgan (c), Ravi Bopara, Mohammad Nabi, Roelof van der Merwe, Chris Wood, Blake Cullen, Mason Crane, Mohammad Amir
Bench: Jade Dernbach, Luis Reece
Trent Rockets Playing XI
D Arcy Short, Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Tom Moores (wk), Lewis Gregory (c), Samit Patel, Rashid Khan, Luke Wood, Matthew Carter, Marchant de Lange, Timm van der Gugten
Bench: Luke Wright, Ben Cox, Steven Mullaney, Samuel Cook
London Spirit vs Trent Rockets Highlights
Trent Rockets Batting
D Arcy Short and Alex Hales gets into the crease to lead Trent Rockets while Amir opens the bowling attack. With a catch drop of the 5th delivery, Hales started the innings.
Nabi in the 26th delivery dismissed Hales for 21 and draws the first blood for Trent Rockets. Nabi again makes a crucial wicket in the 43rd delivery by dismissing Malan for 9 runs and loads pressure over Trent Rockets.
D Arcy Short stands undefeated and dragged Trent Rockets to score 123 runs for 4 wickets loss at the end of the 100 deliveries. D Arcy Short scored 70 runs which is more than 60 percent of the team’s total.
London Spirit Batting
Rossington and Josh Inglis gets into the crease to lead London Spirit to chase down the target of 124 runs. Luke Wood opens the bowling attack on behalf of Trent Rockets.
Matthew Carter in the 11th delivery dismissed Rossington for 4 runs and draws the first blood. London Spirit starts to lose back-to-back wickets in regular intervals and fails to chase down the moderate target of 124 runs.
With Samit Patel and Matthew Carter’s three-wicket haul, Trent Rockets beat London Spirit by 7 runs.
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Player of the Match
To be honest I was looking at 150. That last over helped us out at the end. It was a slow pitch, the ball was gripping and holding. It was tough for the new batsmen. The plan in the last over was just to hit out or get out. It is always good to have people out there supporting the game.