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Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars, 23rd Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars, 23rd Match 07 Sunday March 2021 212727000000 Hobart Hurricanes won by 21 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 212727000000 HBH - 164/5 (20) MLS - 143/9 (20) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 212727000000 CRR:  7.15 Player of the Match Scott Boland Scorecard Refresh Commentary A game that ebbed and flowed. Hurricanes had a great platform with the bat, then imploded to finish with a seemingly under-par score. The Stars then coasted for a major part of the game before imploding themselves. Tells you about the craziness of the format. It's a wrap as far as this game is concerned. There's more BBL action going on, so do switch tabs to enjoy that. Cheers!! 20:36 Local Time, 09:36 GMT, 15:06 IST: The Stars will look back at this game and wonder how they let it slip. They needed 53 off 39 at one point with Maxwell going great guns and Pooran starting to get into rhythm. The West Indian fell to a soft dismissal and Maxwell fell in the very next over, and things went downhill from there. 6 wickets fell for 26 runs in 27 balls . It wasn't the easiest of decks to bat on, and Maxwell made it look way easier than it was. It also meant that the Hurricanes were in the game as long as they got him, and once they did that, the Stars crumbled, hurt by the fact that they were a batsman short due to Maddinson's exit. Credit to the Hurricanes bowlers though, not the first time that they have stolen a win from the opposition. Remember the tournament opener against the Sixers? They've made winning a habit while it's the other way around for the Stars, who will be hurt badly with this defeat. MLS: 143-9 after 20 overs 19.6 Nathan Ellis to Stanlake, no run, Hurricanes complete the heist! Wild swing and a miss from Stanlake who can't reach this fast away-angler 19.5 Nathan Ellis to Stanlake, no run, just past the stumps! Lovely slower ball, totally deceives Stanlake who is ages early into the shot. Lucky not to be bowled 19.4 Nathan Ellis to Zahir Khan, 1 run, fuller and straighter, Khan makes room and heaves this towards deep mid-wicket 19.3 Nathan Ellis to Stanlake, 1 run, searing yorker , Stanlake does well to dig it out and they pinch a risky run too 19.2 Nathan Ellis to Zahir Khan, leg byes, 1 run, Zahir backs away again, this time Ellis follows him with an in-angler, off the pads towards short third man 19.1 Nathan Ellis to Zahir Khan, no run, makes room for the slog, drags it off the inside half to mid-wicket In case it matters, 25 needed off the final over. More like formalities with no.10 and no.11 at the crease. MLS: 140-9 after 19 overs 18.6 Riley Meredith to Zahir Khan, 1 run, makes room and drives this towards sweeper cover to keep strike 18.5 Riley Meredith to Stanlake, 1 run, just on the bounce to extra cover who gets across to make the stop. Another swing from Stanlake, ends up slicing it aerially 18.4 Riley Meredith to Stanlake, no run, tucks up Stanlake with a shortish length ball, tapped onto the pitch and he goes searching for a run that's not there 18.3 Riley Meredith to Stanlake, no run, throws his hands on the slog, gets it off the outside half to point 18.2 Riley Meredith to Stanlake, no run, very full and straight, almost a yorker, dug out back towards Meredith who deflects it onto the stumps at the bowler's end but Zahir Khan is well in 18.1 Riley Meredith to Stanlake, no run, fuller and angling across Stanlake who is late on the drive, beaten on the outside edge Riley Meredith [3.0-0-34-0] is back into the attack Zahir Khan, left handed bat, comes to the crease How'd have thought we'd be in this situation? Anyways, unless there is another big twist, Hurricanes are grabbing this. MLS: 138-9 after 18 overs 17.6 Nathan Ellis to Lance Morris, out Bowled!! Cleaned up! The inch-perfect yorker from Ellis, too good for Morris who backed away early to expose his sticks and couldn't get his bat down in time. Down to the last wicket then. Lance Morris b Nathan Ellis 2(6) Nathan Ellis to Lance Morris, THATS OUT!! Bowled!! Load More Commentary

Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars, 23rd Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars, 23rd Match 07 Sunday March 2021 212727000000

Hobart Hurricanes won by 21 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 212727000000

HBH - 164/5 (20)
MLS - 143/9 (20)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 212727000000
CRR:  7.15

Player of the Match

Commentary

A game that ebbed and flowed. Hurricanes had a great platform with the bat, then imploded to finish with a seemingly under-par score. The Stars then coasted for a major part of the game before imploding themselves. Tells you about the craziness of the format. It's a wrap as far as this game is concerned. There's more BBL action going on, so do switch tabs to enjoy that. Cheers!!

20:36 Local Time, 09:36 GMT, 15:06 IST: The Stars will look back at this game and wonder how they let it slip. They needed 53 off 39 at one point with Maxwell going great guns and Pooran starting to get into rhythm. The West Indian fell to a soft dismissal and Maxwell fell in the very next over, and things went downhill from there. 6 wickets fell for 26 runs in 27 balls. It wasn't the easiest of decks to bat on, and Maxwell made it look way easier than it was. It also meant that the Hurricanes were in the game as long as they got him, and once they did that, the Stars crumbled, hurt by the fact that they were a batsman short due to Maddinson's exit. Credit to the Hurricanes bowlers though, not the first time that they have stolen a win from the opposition. Remember the tournament opener against the Sixers? They've made winning a habit while it's the other way around for the Stars, who will be hurt badly with this defeat.

MLS: 143-9 after 20 overs

19.6 Nathan Ellis to Stanlake, no run, Hurricanes complete the heist! Wild swing and a miss from Stanlake who can't reach this fast away-angler

19.5 Nathan Ellis to Stanlake, no run, just past the stumps! Lovely slower ball, totally deceives Stanlake who is ages early into the shot. Lucky not to be bowled

19.4 Nathan Ellis to Zahir Khan, 1 run, fuller and straighter, Khan makes room and heaves this towards deep mid-wicket

19.3 Nathan Ellis to Stanlake, 1 run, searing yorker, Stanlake does well to dig it out and they pinch a risky run too

19.2 Nathan Ellis to Zahir Khan, leg byes, 1 run, Zahir backs away again, this time Ellis follows him with an in-angler, off the pads towards short third man

19.1 Nathan Ellis to Zahir Khan, no run, makes room for the slog, drags it off the inside half to mid-wicket

In case it matters, 25 needed off the final over. More like formalities with no.10 and no.11 at the crease.

MLS: 140-9 after 19 overs

18.6 Riley Meredith to Zahir Khan, 1 run, makes room and drives this towards sweeper cover to keep strike

18.5 Riley Meredith to Stanlake, 1 run, just on the bounce to extra cover who gets across to make the stop. Another swing from Stanlake, ends up slicing it aerially

18.4 Riley Meredith to Stanlake, no run, tucks up Stanlake with a shortish length ball, tapped onto the pitch and he goes searching for a run that's not there

18.3 Riley Meredith to Stanlake, no run, throws his hands on the slog, gets it off the outside half to point

18.2 Riley Meredith to Stanlake, no run, very full and straight, almost a yorker, dug out back towards Meredith who deflects it onto the stumps at the bowler's end but Zahir Khan is well in

18.1 Riley Meredith to Stanlake, no run, fuller and angling across Stanlake who is late on the drive, beaten on the outside edge

Riley Meredith [3.0-0-34-0] is back into the attack

Zahir Khan, left handed bat, comes to the crease

How'd have thought we'd be in this situation? Anyways, unless there is another big twist, Hurricanes are grabbing this.

MLS: 138-9 after 18 overs

17.6 Nathan Ellis to Lance Morris, out Bowled!! Cleaned up! The inch-perfect yorker from Ellis, too good for Morris who backed away early to expose his sticks and couldn't get his bat down in time. Down to the last wicket then. Lance Morris b Nathan Ellis 2(6)

Nathan Ellis to Lance Morris, THATS OUT!! Bowled!!