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Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunder, 28th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunder, 28th Match 28 Sunday February 2021 061905000000 Brisbane Heat won by 5 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 28 Sunday February 2021 061905000000 SYT - 174/8 (20) BRH - 175/5 (19.1) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 28 Sunday February 2021 061905000000 CRR:  9.13 Player of the Match Mujeeb Ur Rahman Scorecard Refresh Commentary 21:47 Local Time, 11:47 GMT, 17:17 IST: Brisbane Heat should have had a more comfortable win. They should have won the game when Burns and Denly were going strong. They should have seen it through when Burns and Peirson had a partnership. But it is not them if they don't take a game close. The X-factor sub Chris Lynn got them going with a quickfire 30 and then it was the the third wicket stand of 90 that put them on course. Though they lost a few wickets towards the end, a calm Peirson ensured they don't botch up this run chase. He remained unbeaten and took them over the line. Sydney Thunder did not have enough runs on the board as they lost their way after a 77-run stand between Hales and Ferguson, though Sams and Cutting provided a strong finish, it wasn't enough. That's all from double-header day. We'll catch up tomorrow with another game. Cya! 19.1 Sangha to Peirson, 2 runs, Brisbane Heat win by 5 wickets. Skipper Peirson pumps his fist as he completes the second run. It was a short delivery outside off, Peirson cracks it square on the off-side and scampers back comfortably for the brace Tanveer Sangha [3.0-0-38-3] is back into the attack Sangha to bowl the final over and he's on a hat-trick. This is a gamble but well worth taking. Here we go.. BRH: 173-5 after 19 overs 18.6 McAndrew to Bazley, FOUR , he can but has only left the two runs to defend. Misses the yorker and dishes out a full delivery in the slot, Bazley heaves it over mid-wicket and there are vast vacant spaces there for the ball to race away 18.5 McAndrew to Bazley, no run, another dot.. Short ball that is well-directed, Bazley pulls and the ball flies over the top-edge.. Can McAndrew take it to the final over? 18.4 McAndrew to Bazley, no run, nails one right in the blockhole, Bazley just manages to bring his bat down in the nick of time, squeezes it in front of his back boot and the ball bounces over the stumps. That was close! James Bazley, right handed bat, comes to the crease 18.3 McAndrew to Burns, out Caught by Khawaja!! Is there a twist? Sydney Thunder will certainly hope so. Burns is disappointed as he walks back to the dugout. Slower short of length delivery, Burns waits and cracks it straight to backward point, Khawaja was close in but does well to hang on to a sharp catch. A fine innings comes to an end but should have seen it through. Burns c Khawaja b McAndrew 52(38) [4s-5 6s-2] McAndrew to Burns, THATS OUT!! Caught!! 18.2 McAndrew to Burns, no run, bouncer aimed at the batsman's head, Burns ducks and evades it comfortably 18.2 McAndrew to Burns, wide , tries to keep it away from Burns' range and ends up spraying it too far outside off, wide called 18.1 McAndrew to Burns, 2 runs, low full toss, Burns flicks it in front of deep mid-wicket and Peirson charges back for the second, he puts in the dive to just ensure he is not caught short of the crease BRH: 166-4 after 18 overs 17.6 Milne to Peirson, FOUR , that should do. Brave shot from Peirson. He moves away exposing all his stumps and Milne goes aiming for them, Peirson then brings his bat down and carves the cut past a diving backward point fielder 17.5 Milne to Burns, 1 run, fifty for Burns. What bad form? He's just played some awesome cricket. Raises his bat and acknowledge the applause the home crowd. The skipper too congratulates him. Short and rushing him on the pull, gloves it to backward square leg and switches over 17.4 Milne to Peirson, 1 run, full and following the backing away batsman, Peirson eases it in front of mid-on 17.3 Milne to Burns, 1 run, once more close to yorker length at 144.6kph, Burns squeezes it out to mid-off 17.2 Milne to Burns, no run, wow! That's a toe-crusher at 147.6kph. Fast and aimed right at the toes, Burns does well to clear his front leg and bring his bat down, cannot jam it out and the ball flies through to Billings 17.1 Milne to Burns, FOUR , sloppy from Sangha. This was a pacy full toss at 142.7kph, Burns makes room and is a bit late on the drive, the outside edge goes to short third man and Sangha dives over the ball Adam Milne [3.0-0-27-0] is back into the attack Load More Commentary

Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunder, 28th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunder, 28th Match 28 Sunday February 2021 061905000000

Brisbane Heat won by 5 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 28 Sunday February 2021 061905000000

SYT - 174/8 (20)
BRH - 175/5 (19.1)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 28 Sunday February 2021 061905000000
CRR:  9.13

Player of the Match

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21:47 Local Time, 11:47 GMT, 17:17 IST: Brisbane Heat should have had a more comfortable win. They should have won the game when Burns and Denly were going strong. They should have seen it through when Burns and Peirson had a partnership. But it is not them if they don't take a game close. The X-factor sub Chris Lynn got them going with a quickfire 30 and then it was the the third wicket stand of 90 that put them on course. Though they lost a few wickets towards the end, a calm Peirson ensured they don't botch up this run chase. He remained unbeaten and took them over the line. Sydney Thunder did not have enough runs on the board as they lost their way after a 77-run stand between Hales and Ferguson, though Sams and Cutting provided a strong finish, it wasn't enough. That's all from double-header day. We'll catch up tomorrow with another game. Cya!

19.1 Sangha to Peirson, 2 runs, Brisbane Heat win by 5 wickets. Skipper Peirson pumps his fist as he completes the second run. It was a short delivery outside off, Peirson cracks it square on the off-side and scampers back comfortably for the brace

Tanveer Sangha [3.0-0-38-3] is back into the attack

Sangha to bowl the final over and he's on a hat-trick. This is a gamble but well worth taking. Here we go..

BRH: 173-5 after 19 overs

18.6 McAndrew to Bazley, FOUR, he can but has only left the two runs to defend. Misses the yorker and dishes out a full delivery in the slot, Bazley heaves it over mid-wicket and there are vast vacant spaces there for the ball to race away

18.5 McAndrew to Bazley, no run, another dot.. Short ball that is well-directed, Bazley pulls and the ball flies over the top-edge.. Can McAndrew take it to the final over?

18.4 McAndrew to Bazley, no run, nails one right in the blockhole, Bazley just manages to bring his bat down in the nick of time, squeezes it in front of his back boot and the ball bounces over the stumps. That was close!

James Bazley, right handed bat, comes to the crease

18.3 McAndrew to Burns, out Caught by Khawaja!! Is there a twist? Sydney Thunder will certainly hope so. Burns is disappointed as he walks back to the dugout. Slower short of length delivery, Burns waits and cracks it straight to backward point, Khawaja was close in but does well to hang on to a sharp catch. A fine innings comes to an end but should have seen it through. Burns c Khawaja b McAndrew 52(38) [4s-5 6s-2]

McAndrew to Burns, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

18.2 McAndrew to Burns, no run, bouncer aimed at the batsman's head, Burns ducks and evades it comfortably

18.2 McAndrew to Burns, wide, tries to keep it away from Burns' range and ends up spraying it too far outside off, wide called

18.1 McAndrew to Burns, 2 runs, low full toss, Burns flicks it in front of deep mid-wicket and Peirson charges back for the second, he puts in the dive to just ensure he is not caught short of the crease

BRH: 166-4 after 18 overs

17.6 Milne to Peirson, FOUR, that should do. Brave shot from Peirson. He moves away exposing all his stumps and Milne goes aiming for them, Peirson then brings his bat down and carves the cut past a diving backward point fielder

17.5 Milne to Burns, 1 run, fifty for Burns. What bad form? He's just played some awesome cricket. Raises his bat and acknowledge the applause the home crowd. The skipper too congratulates him. Short and rushing him on the pull, gloves it to backward square leg and switches over

17.4 Milne to Peirson, 1 run, full and following the backing away batsman, Peirson eases it in front of mid-on

17.3 Milne to Burns, 1 run, once more close to yorker length at 144.6kph, Burns squeezes it out to mid-off

17.2 Milne to Burns, no run, wow! That's a toe-crusher at 147.6kph. Fast and aimed right at the toes, Burns does well to clear his front leg and bring his bat down, cannot jam it out and the ball flies through to Billings

17.1 Milne to Burns, FOUR, sloppy from Sangha. This was a pacy full toss at 142.7kph, Burns makes room and is a bit late on the drive, the outside edge goes to short third man and Sangha dives over the ball

Adam Milne [3.0-0-27-0] is back into the attack