M.I. New York prevailed against T.S.U. Super Kings: MI New York won the Challenger match against Texas Super Kings by 6 wickets at Dallas’s Grand Prairie Stadium on Saturday. thanks in large part to Trent Boult’s second straight 4-fer. With the victory, MI New York advanced to the Major Cricket League final, where they will meet the Seattle Orcas.
After being put in, Super Kings struggled early due to Boult’s impressive first spell. When Faf du Plessis tried to tuck the ball to Dewald Brevis at backward point, he received a leading edge and lost control of the ball. Even though Mitchell Santner was moved up to bat, he was unable to find the back of the net after three pitches.
MI New York beat Texas Super Kings After a difficult start, Cody Chetty finally got going with three consecutive boundaries off David Wiese and Ehsan Adil. But his time was cut short as well, as Nicholas Pooran took an easy catch behind the stumps from his attempted upper cut MI New York beat Texas Super Kings.
Although Devon Conway and Milind Kumar put up a fifty-run partnership to steady the innings, they were having trouble moving the score forward. The borders withered. In the 14th over, Milind Kumar finally let loose when he slogswept Steven Taylor for a boundary and a six off consecutive balls. Milind also tried to dismiss Rashid Khan, but Brevis pouched a low full-toss from the spinner with a stunning catch in the deep with a slogsweep. In the following over, Conway accompanied him back to the dugout, ripping a short ball off Boult and presenting it to Brevis for his third catch of the game.
In the dying overs, when Super Kings searched for a desperate burst of speed, David Miller hit a couple of sixes and Savage smacked one as well. However, it wasn’t enough. The MINY bowlers gradually chipped away at their total and finally got them out in the last over.
The MINY batted first, and off the first ball, Shayan Jahangir hit a four by driving Daniel Sams over extra cover. A substitute for Monank Patel, Slade van Staden got off to a good start with a boundary in the opening over but struggled otherwise throughout his 12-ball stay. MI New York beat Texas Super Kings He was held in check by Juan Theron and Gerald Coetzee, and Theron got him when his slog to mid on was mistimed MI New York beat Texas Super Kings.
After a slow start in the first four overs (at less than a run a ball), Jahangir went wild in the fifth over. He started off with a six off Coetzee, then hit a four and a six through the middle of the wicket. He tried to keep up a persistent onslaught until he was out, even greeting Calvin Savage with a six in the following over. He slapped a draw that was caught by the fielder at deep square leg.
His quick surge did help get MINY out to a good start, which Pooran and Brevis then built upon well. The partnership scored 30 runs mostly due to a rotation of strikes, although Pooran hit Santner for a couple of sixes to keep the necessary run rate from rising too quickly. Eventually, he was caught legbefore by a great yorker from Sams, but no slip-ups occurred thanks to the efforts of Brevis and Tim David.
Before David dismissed Mohammed Mohsin, he and Brevis continued the pressure on Santner, hitting sixes off the experienced spinner. MI New York beat Texas Super Kings In the span of four balls, three lofty deliveries were despatched over the fence. When Mohsin knocked down Wiese later in the inning, things went from bad to worse for him, but by then the game was already over. With a full over to spare, MI New York gave pursuit to the objective MI New York beat Texas Super Kings.
Brief Scores: MI New York 162/4 in 19 overs (Dewald Brevis 41*, Shayan Jahangir 36; Rusty Theron 1-12) beat Texas Super Kings 158 in 20 overs (Devon Conway 38, Milind Kumar 37; Trent Boult 4-24, Tim David 2-14) by 6 wickets.