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Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers, 21st Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers, 21st Match 07 Sunday March 2021 213814000000 Perth Scorchers won by 7 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 213814000000 ADS - 146/9 (20) PRS - 147/3 (17.4) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 213814000000 CRR:  8.32 Player of the Match Jhye Richardson Scorecard Refresh Commentary Okay then. That's all we have and that's all 2020 has to offer. We'll see you in 2021, which will hopefully be a lot better. Goodbye and a happy new year! Jhye Richardson, Player of the Match: Definitely (happy with the win), more importantly for us to get on the board, hopefully we can get a little bit of momentum going on. We owe it to our fans. To come back and put a performance on the board like we did tonight is definitely a positive moving forward. (On Aaron Hardie) Absolutely brilliant. He's the one to watch out for, he's had a fantastic pre-season, he started well in Shield season as well, he's improving every game and we love to see that. Roy at the top, showing intent, but then we speak about partnerships through the middle, Mitch and Inglis did a fantastic job for us to get over the line 21:49 Local Time, 11:19 GMT, 16:49 IST: It's taken a while coming but the Scorchers have their first win of the tournament. And it's a very impressive one. Bowlers did the job after putting the opposition in. Jhye Richardson the standout with both the new ball and then coming back later. Aaron Hardie was brilliant as well. The pitch wasn't an out and out belter. Some balls were stopping and nipping. But 148 was modest at best. Even more so after Roy's flier. While the Strikers struck back with a couple of wickets, all they did was allow us to watch Josh Inglis's brilliance with the bat. It was a knock of just 44*, but his fluency at the crease was quite a treat. 17.4 Briggs to Josh Inglis, FOUR , and there it is. Comfortable win for the Scorchers. Inglis, fittingly, hits the winning runs, dancing down and whipping it down the ground powerfully 17.3 Briggs to Josh Inglis, FOUR , majestic shot. Plenty of loop outside off, dips in front of Inglis who goes through with a lovely lofted drive over extra cover. Some player this lad 17.2 Briggs to Mitchell Marsh, 1 run, pushed through full on off, Marsh drives to long-on 17.1 Briggs to Josh Inglis, 1 run, flights it up quite wide outside off, Inglis reaches out and jams it towards long-off Danny Briggs [2.0-0-14-0] is back into the attack PRS: 137-3 after 17 overs 16.6 Siddle to Josh Inglis, 1 run, low full toss on leg, clipped to fine leg 16.6 Siddle to Josh Inglis, wide , short ball down leg, can't reach out with the pull 16.5 Siddle to Josh Inglis, no run, shuffles right across the stumps this time and Siddle has his hands on the head as this goes past leg stump. Correct decision not to call wide, given Inglis moved from his original stance and would've otherwise been in line with this delivery 16.4 Siddle to Josh Inglis, no run, steps away to the yorker and squeezes it to backward point from middle and leg stump 16.3 Siddle to Mitchell Marsh, 1 run, slower one at the stumps, flicked to deep midwicket 16.2 Siddle to Josh Inglis, 1 run, pitched up on middle and leg, Inglis works it wide of mid-on 16.1 Siddle to Josh Inglis, no run, good length on off, clipped to mid-on Peter Siddle [2.0-0-11-0] is back into the attack PRS: 133-3 after 16 overs 15.6 Wes Agar to Mitchell Marsh, no run, beaten on the pull again, this time struck on the thigh pad 15.5 Wes Agar to Mitchell Marsh, no run, short ball that smacks Marsh on the grille . Vicious delivery from Agar who must've been frustrated with his previous two deliveries. Marsh gives a thumbs up to the dugout suggesting he's fine, although the physio will come out to take a look. Just the extra pace and bounce on this delivery surprised him as he went for the pull 15.4 Wes Agar to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR , and again. Almost an action replay. Except that Renshaw puts in a futile dive in the deep this time. Poor bowling 15.3 Wes Agar to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR , oh dear. Full toss on leg stump with fine leg up. Marsh whips it disdainfully into the boundary Load More Commentary

Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers, 21st Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers, 21st Match 07 Sunday March 2021 213814000000

Perth Scorchers won by 7 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 213814000000

ADS - 146/9 (20)
PRS - 147/3 (17.4)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 213814000000
CRR:  8.32

Player of the Match

Commentary

Okay then. That's all we have and that's all 2020 has to offer. We'll see you in 2021, which will hopefully be a lot better. Goodbye and a happy new year!

Jhye Richardson, Player of the Match: Definitely (happy with the win), more importantly for us to get on the board, hopefully we can get a little bit of momentum going on. We owe it to our fans. To come back and put a performance on the board like we did tonight is definitely a positive moving forward. (On Aaron Hardie) Absolutely brilliant. He's the one to watch out for, he's had a fantastic pre-season, he started well in Shield season as well, he's improving every game and we love to see that. Roy at the top, showing intent, but then we speak about partnerships through the middle, Mitch and Inglis did a fantastic job for us to get over the line

21:49 Local Time, 11:19 GMT, 16:49 IST: It's taken a while coming but the Scorchers have their first win of the tournament. And it's a very impressive one. Bowlers did the job after putting the opposition in. Jhye Richardson the standout with both the new ball and then coming back later. Aaron Hardie was brilliant as well. The pitch wasn't an out and out belter. Some balls were stopping and nipping. But 148 was modest at best. Even more so after Roy's flier. While the Strikers struck back with a couple of wickets, all they did was allow us to watch Josh Inglis's brilliance with the bat. It was a knock of just 44*, but his fluency at the crease was quite a treat.

17.4 Briggs to Josh Inglis, FOUR, and there it is. Comfortable win for the Scorchers. Inglis, fittingly, hits the winning runs, dancing down and whipping it down the ground powerfully

17.3 Briggs to Josh Inglis, FOUR, majestic shot. Plenty of loop outside off, dips in front of Inglis who goes through with a lovely lofted drive over extra cover. Some player this lad

17.2 Briggs to Mitchell Marsh, 1 run, pushed through full on off, Marsh drives to long-on

17.1 Briggs to Josh Inglis, 1 run, flights it up quite wide outside off, Inglis reaches out and jams it towards long-off

Danny Briggs [2.0-0-14-0] is back into the attack

PRS: 137-3 after 17 overs

16.6 Siddle to Josh Inglis, 1 run, low full toss on leg, clipped to fine leg

16.6 Siddle to Josh Inglis, wide, short ball down leg, can't reach out with the pull

16.5 Siddle to Josh Inglis, no run, shuffles right across the stumps this time and Siddle has his hands on the head as this goes past leg stump. Correct decision not to call wide, given Inglis moved from his original stance and would've otherwise been in line with this delivery

16.4 Siddle to Josh Inglis, no run, steps away to the yorker and squeezes it to backward point from middle and leg stump

16.3 Siddle to Mitchell Marsh, 1 run, slower one at the stumps, flicked to deep midwicket

16.2 Siddle to Josh Inglis, 1 run, pitched up on middle and leg, Inglis works it wide of mid-on

16.1 Siddle to Josh Inglis, no run, good length on off, clipped to mid-on

Peter Siddle [2.0-0-11-0] is back into the attack

PRS: 133-3 after 16 overs

15.6 Wes Agar to Mitchell Marsh, no run, beaten on the pull again, this time struck on the thigh pad

15.5 Wes Agar to Mitchell Marsh, no run, short ball that smacks Marsh on the grille. Vicious delivery from Agar who must've been frustrated with his previous two deliveries. Marsh gives a thumbs up to the dugout suggesting he's fine, although the physio will come out to take a look. Just the extra pace and bounce on this delivery surprised him as he went for the pull

15.4 Wes Agar to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, and again. Almost an action replay. Except that Renshaw puts in a futile dive in the deep this time. Poor bowling

15.3 Wes Agar to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, oh dear. Full toss on leg stump with fine leg up. Marsh whips it disdainfully into the boundary