In this match played in Dubai, one team was seen surrendering the total and the other team was seen writing the script of their instant win.
Team all out off 86 balls
There are many examples of small goals in cricket. By the way, what we are talking about here, that goal is not very small, but it was so small that it did not take much time to chase it. Yes, the match was of 20 overs i.e. the game was of T20. But, in that match, one team was seen as total surrender and the other team was writing the script for their instant win. On 3 April, this match was played in the ongoing AT20 League in Dubai, in which there were two teams named Bombay Deccan and Kara Diamonds face to face.
In this match Kara Diamonds batted first and then saw the devastation of their batsmen and the fire of the Bombay Deccan bowlers on the pitch. It is rarely seen like that. In front of the Deccan bowlers, the Diamonds batsmen were seen speaking surrender one after the other. The result was that the entire team was all out only on 86 balls.
Team allout off 86 balls
Kara Diamonds batsmen were able to settle for only 14.2 overs while playing first, they also used to fall. During this time, he lost his 3 wickets for 11 runs, and half of the team reached 24 runs in the dugout. The game was of T20, yet the bowling was so murky that the team could not score as many runs as the balls played. The result came to a standstill on the scoreboard 76 runs.
Bowlers caused havoc
Explain how the Bombay Deccan chased the 77-run target in just a few minutes, before that look at the report card which devastated the Deccan bowlers. Deccan tried 5 bowlers, in which 4 took wickets. 3 bowlers took 2–2 wickets while one picked up 3 wickets alone. The bowler named Zahid Ali, who took 3 wickets, gave only 5 runs in the 4 overs bowled.
Chase targeted within minutes
However, how the 77-run target was punched in the next few minutes, now look at that too. Bombay Deccan achieved this score from just 49 balls. That means only in 8.1 overs. Now it does not take much time to put so many overs. In this victory of Bombay Deccan, his opener Abdula Hashim scored 58 runs while remaining unbeaten on 35 balls and gave his team the victory.
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