Abu Dhabi T10 this year: Tom Banton blitzkrieg ability Qalandars to a nine-wicket conquer Pune Devils



A powerplay strike by Tom Banton set the Qalandars up for achievement fight against the Pune Devils. The opening game scored 45 off eighteen balls, with Sohail Akhtar and Sharjeel Khan taking over after he fell down to finish the chase with comfort.

However he set a target of 108, Tom Banton grabbed strike across the powerplay, and for probable cause. He drags the Pune Devils bowlers to all the corners, scoring 39 off 15 in the first three overs.

The Qalandars scored 45 in the power play, and Tom Banton got a life preserver after he was removed off a no-ball. But he couldn’t make the most, make out the very next ball.


With the needed run-rate under 9, Qalandars didn’t contain as they ongoing to bat sharply. There had been no coming back following strike bowler Mohammed Amir went for 16 runs in his 2nd over, ending with figures of 0/26.

Skipper Sohail Akhtar (33*) and Sharjeel Khan (28*) then quietly went about their work. The team wrapped up the chase with 17 balls to slender, with Sohail Akhtar knock the winning boundary.

Abu Dhabi T10 this year, PD vs QLD: Qalandars got back well after Kohler-Cadmore 54


The Qalandars start with left-arm spin from both sides after choosing to bowl early. While that not there to stop Tom Kohler-Cadmore from hitting successive 6 off Samit Patel in the 2nd over, the serious Kennar Lewis was sent packed by the trained Sultan Ahmed.


The experienced bowler completed his spell in the powerplay, ending with great figures of 1/12. But the Pune Devils didn’t stop to score at a decent rate.

Kohler-Cadmore was at his grand leading, with the opener stroke to his 1st T10 fifty in 23 balls. He was supported by Darwish Rasooli, who was glad about giving his partner the strike. The opener was rejected by Chris Jordan in the last over as the death-overs specialist finished with figures of 1/16.

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