The spectators could hear the sound of cracking wickets in this match. Could see the raining runs from the bat. Meaning that was everything which was enough to make the match exciting.
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Delhi: It is said that the smaller the format, the more the excitement in cricket. And, some such exciting flavor was seen in the Legends League Cricket Masters being played in Doha. Combat Asia Lions and world giants It was between, in which there was a lot for the beholders. He could hear the sound of crackling wickets in it. Could see the raining runs from the bat. Meaning that everything was in this match, which was enough to keep the audience engaged.
Now when you get so much in a single match then why should any fan go anywhere else? Why did he change the channel of his TV? Those who watched this match must have done exactly the same, in which Asia Lions defeated World Giants.
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Team score 99 runs, Misbah alone hit 44 runs
The match between Asia Lions and World Giants was played for 10 overs each. The first batting was done by Asia Lions, who scored 99 runs in 10 overs. In this, 44 runs were scored by Misbah-ul-Haq alone. He scored these runs in just 19 balls with the help of 4 fours and 3 sixes. It was only because of this blistering inning of Misbah, who played at a strike rate of more than 231, that Asia Lions reached close to 100 runs.
World Giants could score only 64 runs, lost the match by 35 runs
Now the World Giants had a target of scoring 100 runs in 10 overs. But, the World Giants, commanded by Aaron Finch, could not go beyond 64 runs. His three batsmen did not even score as many runs as the team in front gave from extras. The result was a spectacular end to an interesting match and Asia Lions defeated World Giants by 35 runs. Misbah-ul-Haq again emerged as the champion player, being named the hero of the Asia Lions’ victory.
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