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Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes, 43rd Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes, 43rd Match 06 Saturday March 2021 173447000000 Hobart Hurricanes won by 6 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 06 Saturday March 2021 173447000000 SYT - 177/5 (20) HBH - 181/4 (18) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 06 Saturday March 2021 173447000000 CRR:  10.06 Player of the Match Ben McDermott Scorecard Refresh Commentary Ben McDermott, Player of the Match: We started pretty slow with the ball and with the bat as well. I was a bit shaky to start with, it was nice to catch it up in the end and get the boys home with a nice win. It was bit slower in the day. Sams got a few to grip. It was beautiful under lights. We were sitting last, we have jumped to third now. It's important to get the momentum going forward. Swing hard (key to hit sixes). 22:35 Local Time, 11:35 GMT, 17:05 IST: Chasing around 180 is never easy, but the Hurricanes, after their initial powerplay wobble, have made it look like a simple walk in the park. It was Ben McDermott once again who stood up, counter-attacked with some seriously blistering hits, and found good company in Dawid Malan, who for a change had to play second fiddle as the duo set up the platform, and then milked it in the power surge to throw Sydney off guard. Apart from Ben Cutting who was a bit economical, none of the other bowlers were able to apply any sort of pressure. It's always a task when you're up against batsmen in this mood. Nevertheless, Hobart needed this win badly. With the table getting really crowded in the middle, these four points will put them ahead of the chasing pack. That's all we have for you then for today, and until tomorrow, on behalf of us, ta ta!! HBH: 181-4 after 18 overs 17.6 Milne to Handscomb, FOUR , that's the finishing touch -- a slice, over cover, and one-bounce into the extra cover's ropes. And Handscomb seals it for the Hurricanes 17.5 Milne to Handscomb, FOUR , drilled down, and gets it through. Milne misses yorker just a bit, allowing Handscomb to smash it down the ground, past mid-on's dive 17.4 Milne to Handscomb, no run, full, on off, squeezed back down the pitch 5 runs | 15 balls 17.3 Milne to Handscomb, no run, length, just outside off. Handscomb shuffles, gets behind, and defends it to point 17.2 Milne to Handscomb, no run, short again, and Handscomb drags it once again to short mid-wicket 17.1 Milne to Handscomb, no run, short, Handscomb pulls, dragging it off the under-half to short mid-wicket Adam Milne [3.0-0-28-1] is back into the attack HBH: 173-4 after 17 overs 16.6 Sangha to Tim David, SIX , slog-swept, flat, over deep mid-wicket. David's quick to read the length and get under to pump it over 16.5 Sangha to Handscomb, 1 run, shorter, skiddier, punched down to long-on 16.4 Sangha to Tim David, 1 run, extremely lazy running this, with David miscuing his sweep to short mid-wicket, and not expecting the throw to come at his end as he goes for a quick single. And it's a case of the missing frame that saves him here, with the direct hit knocking the stumps over with him barely dragging his bat inside the line Tim David, right handed bat, comes to the crease 16.3 Sangha to McDermott, out Caught by Oliver Davies!! The first BBL 2020-21 century will have to wait longer. McDermott doesn't milk his luck further, slogging once again, only that this time the top-edge balloons to short third man, who doesn't mess up. Nevertheless, it's been a top knock, putting Hobart right at the doorstep. McDermott c Oliver Davies b Sangha 96(56) [4s-8 6s-5] Sangha to McDermott, THATS OUT!! Caught!! 16.2 Sangha to McDermott, 2 runs, dropped again . Well, well. McDermott slog-sweeps once again, top-edges, and Milne at backward square leg slides under it, gets both palms under as well, but lets it spill out 16.1 Sangha to McDermott, SIX , and just like that, marches into the 90s. A juicy drag down this, something McDermott lines up perfectly off his back foot, and then slogs deep over cow corner HBH: 157-3 after 16 overs 15.6 Chris Green to McDermott, 1 run, short, wide, angling away. McDermott walks towards it, mistiming a chop towards cover-point 15.5 Chris Green to McDermott, 2 runs, full, on middle, whipped down the ground Load More Commentary

Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes, 43rd Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes, 43rd Match 06 Saturday March 2021 173447000000

Hobart Hurricanes won by 6 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 06 Saturday March 2021 173447000000

SYT - 177/5 (20)
HBH - 181/4 (18)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 06 Saturday March 2021 173447000000
CRR:  10.06

Player of the Match

Commentary

Ben McDermott, Player of the Match: We started pretty slow with the ball and with the bat as well. I was a bit shaky to start with, it was nice to catch it up in the end and get the boys home with a nice win. It was bit slower in the day. Sams got a few to grip. It was beautiful under lights. We were sitting last, we have jumped to third now. It's important to get the momentum going forward. Swing hard (key to hit sixes).

22:35 Local Time, 11:35 GMT, 17:05 IST: Chasing around 180 is never easy, but the Hurricanes, after their initial powerplay wobble, have made it look like a simple walk in the park. It was Ben McDermott once again who stood up, counter-attacked with some seriously blistering hits, and found good company in Dawid Malan, who for a change had to play second fiddle as the duo set up the platform, and then milked it in the power surge to throw Sydney off guard. Apart from Ben Cutting who was a bit economical, none of the other bowlers were able to apply any sort of pressure. It's always a task when you're up against batsmen in this mood. Nevertheless, Hobart needed this win badly. With the table getting really crowded in the middle, these four points will put them ahead of the chasing pack. That's all we have for you then for today, and until tomorrow, on behalf of us, ta ta!!

HBH: 181-4 after 18 overs

17.6 Milne to Handscomb, FOUR, that's the finishing touch -- a slice, over cover, and one-bounce into the extra cover's ropes. And Handscomb seals it for the Hurricanes

17.5 Milne to Handscomb, FOUR, drilled down, and gets it through. Milne misses yorker just a bit, allowing Handscomb to smash it down the ground, past mid-on's dive

17.4 Milne to Handscomb, no run, full, on off, squeezed back down the pitch

5 runs | 15 balls

17.3 Milne to Handscomb, no run, length, just outside off. Handscomb shuffles, gets behind, and defends it to point

17.2 Milne to Handscomb, no run, short again, and Handscomb drags it once again to short mid-wicket

17.1 Milne to Handscomb, no run, short, Handscomb pulls, dragging it off the under-half to short mid-wicket

Adam Milne [3.0-0-28-1] is back into the attack

HBH: 173-4 after 17 overs

16.6 Sangha to Tim David, SIX, slog-swept, flat, over deep mid-wicket. David's quick to read the length and get under to pump it over

16.5 Sangha to Handscomb, 1 run, shorter, skiddier, punched down to long-on

16.4 Sangha to Tim David, 1 run, extremely lazy running this, with David miscuing his sweep to short mid-wicket, and not expecting the throw to come at his end as he goes for a quick single. And it's a case of the missing frame that saves him here, with the direct hit knocking the stumps over with him barely dragging his bat inside the line

Tim David, right handed bat, comes to the crease

16.3 Sangha to McDermott, out Caught by Oliver Davies!! The first BBL 2020-21 century will have to wait longer. McDermott doesn't milk his luck further, slogging once again, only that this time the top-edge balloons to short third man, who doesn't mess up. Nevertheless, it's been a top knock, putting Hobart right at the doorstep. McDermott c Oliver Davies b Sangha 96(56) [4s-8 6s-5]

Sangha to McDermott, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

16.2 Sangha to McDermott, 2 runs, dropped again. Well, well. McDermott slog-sweeps once again, top-edges, and Milne at backward square leg slides under it, gets both palms under as well, but lets it spill out

16.1 Sangha to McDermott, SIX, and just like that, marches into the 90s. A juicy drag down this, something McDermott lines up perfectly off his back foot, and then slogs deep over cow corner

HBH: 157-3 after 16 overs

15.6 Chris Green to McDermott, 1 run, short, wide, angling away. McDermott walks towards it, mistiming a chop towards cover-point

15.5 Chris Green to McDermott, 2 runs, full, on middle, whipped down the ground