Northern Superchargers vs Welsh Fire Highlights: The 4th match of The Hundred 2021 tournament is set to play between Northern Superchargers and Welsh Fire.
Northern Superchargers vs Welsh Fire
Northern Superchargers vs Welsh Fire – 4th Match
|Date||Saturday, July 24, 2021|
|Toss||Northern Superchargers won the toss and opt to bowl|
Northern Superchargers vs Welsh Fire Squad
Northern Superchargers Playing XI
Adam Lyth, Chris Lynn, Ben Stokes (c), Harry Brook, David Willey, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, John Simpson (wk), Brydon Carse, Matty Potts, Adil Rashid, Mujeeb Ur Rahman
Bench: Faf du Plessis, Jordan Thompson, Ben Raine, Matthew Fisher, Callum Parkinson
Welsh Fire Playing XI
Tom Banton, Jonny Bairstow (c & wk), Ian Cockbain, Ben Duckett, Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Matthew Critchley, Liam Plunkett, Qais Ahmad, Jake Ball, David Payne
Bench: David Lloyd, Ryan Higgins, Ollie Pope, Joshua Cobb, Leus du Plooy
Northern Superchargers vs Welsh Fire Highlights
Welsh Fire Batting
Bairstow and Tom Banton opens the batting attack on behalf of the Welsh Fire. Willey opens the bowling attack against Welsh Fire.
The opening batsman makes an impressive partnership and stands not out for the first 20 deliveries. In the 24th delivery, Brydon Carse dismissed Tom Banton for 4 runs and breaks the partnership.
At the end of the 100 deliveries, Welsh Fire scored 173 runs for 4 wickets loss. Skipper Bairstow scored a maximum of 56 runs for Welsh Fire.
Northern Superchargers Batting
Lyth and Chris Lynn get into lead the team to chase down the target of 174 runs. Critchley draws the first blood by dismissing Lyth for 25 runs.
Northern Superchargers players struggle to make the partnership and lose their wickets in regular intervals. Harry Brook’s long struggle comes to an end when he scored 62 runs off 31 deliveries.
The hard fight of the Northern Superchargers players to chase down the target of 174 runs comes to end. At the end of the 100 deliveries, Northern Superchargers scored 168 runs for 7 wickets loss.
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Player of the Match
Yeah, I enjoyed it. The pitch was good for spinners, but it wasn’t turning a lot, my coach said that I was the main bowler and asked me to do well. Good crowd and they supported both the teams equally well.