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Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat, 7th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat, 7th Match 16 Friday April 2021 192953000000 Sydney Thunder won by 4 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 192953000000 BRH - 178/6 (20) SYT - 180/6 (18.5) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 192953000000 CRR:  9.56 Player of the Match Daniel Sams Scorecard Refresh Commentary Sydney Thunder register their first win of the season and collect three points. Brisbane, on the other hand, have lost both their matches, but they gain one point from this encounter. Still early days into the tournament and there's enough time to make amends. Now, it's time for us to bid goodbye. Don't forget to tune in tomorrow for Hobart Hurricanes vs Adelaide Strikers. Ciao! Daniel Sams | MoM : Didn't want to get another duck and just wanted to take it deep. Have been working with Ponting to clear the boundary. Being completely honest when you lose a couple of wickets in the powerplay you get rattled, but we pride ourselves on being calm. There obviously were four points to grab, but great to get three. 22:23 Local Time, 11:23 GMT, 16:53 IST: The Thunder have sealed this with an over to spare. Who saw that coming after they lost their top three to Wildermuth inside the third over chasing an above-par score? Wildermuth, after his cameo with the bat, got the ball to nip around to reduce Sydney to 22/3. Ross and Baxter Holt weathered the storm post that, but they were still behind the eight ball as both of them were removed in quick succession. After failing to gain the Bash Boost Point, Cutting and Daniel Sams joined hands at 80/5. It was a showcase of power-hitting from both ends as the duo stitched a 69-run stand. When Cutting was nipped out by Steketee, Thunder were still 30 runs away from the win. However, Sams - who struggled to score a run in the previous BBL edition - hit sixes for fun. He tonked four sixes off Laughlin off the 19th over to take his team over the winning line. 18.5 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, SIX , Sydney Thunder win by 4 wickets! Overpitched outside off. Sams gets under it and carves it over wide long-off. This is some hitting from Sams. He's finished it off in style. An incredible inside-out loft to cap off the proceedings 18.4 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, SIX , another six! Laughlin shortens his length, Sams gets inside the line on the backfoot and deposits this over deep mid-wicket. Muscled 18.3 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, SIX , 132.9kph, a high full toss, Sams absolutely muscles it. Smashed over deep mid-wicket and the maximum brings up Daniel Sams's half-century 18.2 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, no run, wide yorker, Sams can't put bat on ball 18.1 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, no run, a dot off the freebie! A very full ball on leg, Sams misses the flick after shuffling across. Wasn't too far away from the leg-stump 18.1 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, no ball , SIX , oh dear! Horrible start to the over from Brisbane's point of view. An above-waist full toss and Sams has sent it over the fence. Sams managed to get inside the line and swing it over deep backward square leg Ben Laughlin [3.0-0-31-0] is back into the attack Sydney Thunder need 24 runs in 2 overs SYT: 155-6 after 18 overs 17.6 Steketee to Chris Green, 2 runs, very full ball, smashed back towards the bowler who parries it towards long-on 17.5 Steketee to Chris Green, FOUR , 124.2kph, Green waits for this back of a length ball on the backfoot and flat-bats it wide of the bowler. The long-off fielder runs to his right but to no avail 17.4 Steketee to Chris Green, no run, 125.1kph, slower ball, Green shapes up to heave and connects with thin air 17.3 Steketee to Chris Green, no run, 131.7kph, a skiddy short ball and Green is too late on the pull. Gets hit on the arm! Chris Green, right handed bat, comes to the crease 17.2 Steketee to Cutting, out Bowled!! Gone! Is that the game? The partnership is broken. Steketee is pumped up and rightly so. The change of pace does the trick. The off-cutter at 123.6kph, Cutting moves back in his crease, clears his front leg to aim the long-on/cow croner fence. Doesn't pick the slower ball and swings his bat early. End result - misses the ball and hears the death rattle. Cutting b Steketee 29(23) [4s-1 6s-2] Steketee to Cutting, THATS OUT!! Bowled!! 17.1 Steketee to Cutting, 2 runs, very full ball, drilled straight to long-off. A fumble allows the batters to come back for the second Mark Steketee [3.0-0-27-0] is back into the attack Load More Commentary

Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat, 7th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat, 7th Match 16 Friday April 2021 192953000000

Sydney Thunder won by 4 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 192953000000

BRH - 178/6 (20)
SYT - 180/6 (18.5)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 192953000000
CRR:  9.56

Player of the Match

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Sydney Thunder register their first win of the season and collect three points. Brisbane, on the other hand, have lost both their matches, but they gain one point from this encounter. Still early days into the tournament and there's enough time to make amends. Now, it's time for us to bid goodbye. Don't forget to tune in tomorrow for Hobart Hurricanes vs Adelaide Strikers. Ciao!

Daniel Sams | MoM: Didn't want to get another duck and just wanted to take it deep. Have been working with Ponting to clear the boundary. Being completely honest when you lose a couple of wickets in the powerplay you get rattled, but we pride ourselves on being calm. There obviously were four points to grab, but great to get three.

22:23 Local Time, 11:23 GMT, 16:53 IST: The Thunder have sealed this with an over to spare. Who saw that coming after they lost their top three to Wildermuth inside the third over chasing an above-par score? Wildermuth, after his cameo with the bat, got the ball to nip around to reduce Sydney to 22/3. Ross and Baxter Holt weathered the storm post that, but they were still behind the eight ball as both of them were removed in quick succession. After failing to gain the Bash Boost Point, Cutting and Daniel Sams joined hands at 80/5. It was a showcase of power-hitting from both ends as the duo stitched a 69-run stand. When Cutting was nipped out by Steketee, Thunder were still 30 runs away from the win. However, Sams - who struggled to score a run in the previous BBL edition - hit sixes for fun. He tonked four sixes off Laughlin off the 19th over to take his team over the winning line.

18.5 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, SIX, Sydney Thunder win by 4 wickets! Overpitched outside off. Sams gets under it and carves it over wide long-off. This is some hitting from Sams. He's finished it off in style. An incredible inside-out loft to cap off the proceedings

18.4 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, SIX, another six! Laughlin shortens his length, Sams gets inside the line on the backfoot and deposits this over deep mid-wicket. Muscled

18.3 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, SIX, 132.9kph, a high full toss, Sams absolutely muscles it. Smashed over deep mid-wicket and the maximum brings up Daniel Sams's half-century

18.2 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, no run, wide yorker, Sams can't put bat on ball

18.1 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, no run, a dot off the freebie! A very full ball on leg, Sams misses the flick after shuffling across. Wasn't too far away from the leg-stump

18.1 Laughlin to Daniel Sams, no ball, SIX, oh dear! Horrible start to the over from Brisbane's point of view. An above-waist full toss and Sams has sent it over the fence. Sams managed to get inside the line and swing it over deep backward square leg

Ben Laughlin [3.0-0-31-0] is back into the attack

Sydney Thunder need 24 runs in 2 overs

SYT: 155-6 after 18 overs

17.6 Steketee to Chris Green, 2 runs, very full ball, smashed back towards the bowler who parries it towards long-on

17.5 Steketee to Chris Green, FOUR, 124.2kph, Green waits for this back of a length ball on the backfoot and flat-bats it wide of the bowler. The long-off fielder runs to his right but to no avail

17.4 Steketee to Chris Green, no run, 125.1kph, slower ball, Green shapes up to heave and connects with thin air

17.3 Steketee to Chris Green, no run, 131.7kph, a skiddy short ball and Green is too late on the pull. Gets hit on the arm!

Chris Green, right handed bat, comes to the crease

17.2 Steketee to Cutting, out Bowled!! Gone! Is that the game? The partnership is broken. Steketee is pumped up and rightly so. The change of pace does the trick. The off-cutter at 123.6kph, Cutting moves back in his crease, clears his front leg to aim the long-on/cow croner fence. Doesn't pick the slower ball and swings his bat early. End result - misses the ball and hears the death rattle. Cutting b Steketee 29(23) [4s-1 6s-2]

Steketee to Cutting, THATS OUT!! Bowled!!

17.1 Steketee to Cutting, 2 runs, very full ball, drilled straight to long-off. A fumble allows the batters to come back for the second

Mark Steketee [3.0-0-27-0] is back into the attack