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Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat, Knockout Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat, Knockout 07 Sunday March 2021 212137000000 Brisbane Heat won by 7 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 212137000000 SYT - 158/8 (20) BRH - 162/3 (19.1) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 212137000000 CRR:  8.45 Player of the Match Sam Heazlett Scorecard Refresh Commentary There's no tomorrow for the Thunder. Their tournament is done and dusted. The Heat have won their last 4 games at 4 different venues and expect their confidence to be sky-high when they face the Scorchers at the same venue on Thursday. Do remember to join us for the penultimate game of this season. Until next time, cheers and goodbye!! Sam Heazlett, Man of the Match: The start for me was a scratchy one, but nice to get the team over the line in the end. Was watching the ball a lot better once I got my eye in. I didn't want to throw away my wicket after those two early wickets. It was good to have Marnus (Labuschagne) out in the middle, he calmed me really well. The bowlers kept them under par as they bowled well. It was a good wicket to bat on, some balls skid, some balls kept low. Very grateful for the opportunity. It's good to see that we don't have to travel as we face Scorchers at this same venue. They are a tough team and it's going to be a challenge. We are hitting our straps at the right time. We have confidence in our ability and back ourselves. 22:47 local: Max Bryant was Brisbane Heat's second leading run-getter in the group stages and the decision to replace him with Sam Heazlett in the middle order for crunch games seems to have worked wonders. So much so that, it caught the eye of the former skipper Ricky Ponting, who pointed out that "This could probably be the best innings he's played in his life." Heazlett was brought in to attack spinners in the middle overs and after a 30-ball 27 struggle, he attacked one of the best spinners this season - Tanveer Sangha - with a couple of sixes in the 13th over and that completely turned things around for the Heat who needed 89 off the last 8 overs. Jimmy Peirson played the perfect finisher's role whilst also taking full toll during the powersurge overs, squeezing 27 runs while at it. Thunder's execution in the back-end has been terrible with both bat and ball and that has cost them dearly tonight. 19.1 Doggett to Heazlett, FOUR , pulls the 131ks short ball into fine leg fence and that's that. Fourth successive win for Brisbane Heat and they'll face Perth Scorchers on Thursday at the same venue in a clash for a spot in the finals Brendan Doggett [3.0-0-30-1] is back into the attack BRH: 158-3 after 19 overs 18.6 Milne to Peirson, no run, Peirson yelled in frustration.... soon as he missed the slower ball outside off, Wanted to finish with a hack on the leg-side but no dice 18.5 Milne to Peirson, SIX , slow low full toss and it's been deposited for a flat six over deep square. Peirson crouched and gave the ball a proper swat to send it crashing into the boundary hoardings 18.4 Milne to Peirson, no run, another slower short ball and Peirson fails to get bat on the slash/ramp. Done in by the lack of pace yet again 18.3 Milne to Peirson, no run, slower length ball outside off, Peirson looks for a cut/steer and gets beaten for lack of pace 18.2 Milne to Heazlett, 1 run, thick top-edge on the pull and Tanveer Sangha fluffs a catching chance with a diving effort sliding forwards at fine leg. It's been that kinda night for the Thunder... 18.1 Milne to Heazlett, FOUR , slower short ball down the leg-side, Heazlett swivels and helps the pull in the gap to the left of deep backward square. Just a couple of hits away now... BRH: 147-3 after 18 overs 17.6 Daniel Sams to Peirson, 2 runs, make that two in a row now! Another slower full ball just outside off, Peirson knocks it into the mid-wicket pocket and calls for two almost instantly. Easily done 17.5 Daniel Sams to Peirson, 2 runs, smart running! Full and just outside off, Peirson gets across and knocks it in front of deep square, Doggett was too deep and the duo didn't miss out on stealing a second 17.4 Daniel Sams to Peirson, no run, full and wide of off, Peirson jams the drive to backward point 17.3 Daniel Sams to Peirson, FOUR , poor execution from Daniel Sams. Peirson was expecting the slower ball and sat deep inside the crease, Sams bowls it wide and Peirson had all the time in the world to crunch a drive in the gap through extra cover 17.2 Daniel Sams to Heazlett, 1 run, full at the stumps, slogged away wide of long-on to his left 17.1 Daniel Sams to Heazlett, no run, slower length delivery outside off, Heazlett looks to work it on the leg-side and gets beaten on the under edge 27/0 off the two overs of powersurge . The Heat have this game in the pocket now you'd think BRH: 138-3 after 17 overs 16.6 Milne to Heazlett, 1 run, slower full ball at the stumps, Heazlett chips the flick to the left of square leg 16.5 Milne to Peirson, 1 run, slower short ball outside off, Peirson pulls it in front of deep mid-wicket Load More Commentary

Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat, Knockout

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat, Knockout 07 Sunday March 2021 212137000000

Brisbane Heat won by 7 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 212137000000

SYT - 158/8 (20)
BRH - 162/3 (19.1)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 212137000000
CRR:  8.45

Player of the Match

Commentary

There's no tomorrow for the Thunder. Their tournament is done and dusted. The Heat have won their last 4 games at 4 different venues and expect their confidence to be sky-high when they face the Scorchers at the same venue on Thursday. Do remember to join us for the penultimate game of this season. Until next time, cheers and goodbye!!

Sam Heazlett, Man of the Match: The start for me was a scratchy one, but nice to get the team over the line in the end. Was watching the ball a lot better once I got my eye in. I didn't want to throw away my wicket after those two early wickets. It was good to have Marnus (Labuschagne) out in the middle, he calmed me really well. The bowlers kept them under par as they bowled well. It was a good wicket to bat on, some balls skid, some balls kept low. Very grateful for the opportunity. It's good to see that we don't have to travel as we face Scorchers at this same venue. They are a tough team and it's going to be a challenge. We are hitting our straps at the right time. We have confidence in our ability and back ourselves.

22:47 local: Max Bryant was Brisbane Heat's second leading run-getter in the group stages and the decision to replace him with Sam Heazlett in the middle order for crunch games seems to have worked wonders. So much so that, it caught the eye of the former skipper Ricky Ponting, who pointed out that "This could probably be the best innings he's played in his life." Heazlett was brought in to attack spinners in the middle overs and after a 30-ball 27 struggle, he attacked one of the best spinners this season - Tanveer Sangha - with a couple of sixes in the 13th over and that completely turned things around for the Heat who needed 89 off the last 8 overs. Jimmy Peirson played the perfect finisher's role whilst also taking full toll during the powersurge overs, squeezing 27 runs while at it. Thunder's execution in the back-end has been terrible with both bat and ball and that has cost them dearly tonight.

19.1 Doggett to Heazlett, FOUR, pulls the 131ks short ball into fine leg fence and that's that. Fourth successive win for Brisbane Heat and they'll face Perth Scorchers on Thursday at the same venue in a clash for a spot in the finals

Brendan Doggett [3.0-0-30-1] is back into the attack

BRH: 158-3 after 19 overs

18.6 Milne to Peirson, no run, Peirson yelled in frustration.... soon as he missed the slower ball outside off, Wanted to finish with a hack on the leg-side but no dice

18.5 Milne to Peirson, SIX, slow low full toss and it's been deposited for a flat six over deep square. Peirson crouched and gave the ball a proper swat to send it crashing into the boundary hoardings

18.4 Milne to Peirson, no run, another slower short ball and Peirson fails to get bat on the slash/ramp. Done in by the lack of pace yet again

18.3 Milne to Peirson, no run, slower length ball outside off, Peirson looks for a cut/steer and gets beaten for lack of pace

18.2 Milne to Heazlett, 1 run, thick top-edge on the pull and Tanveer Sangha fluffs a catching chance with a diving effort sliding forwards at fine leg. It's been that kinda night for the Thunder...

18.1 Milne to Heazlett, FOUR, slower short ball down the leg-side, Heazlett swivels and helps the pull in the gap to the left of deep backward square. Just a couple of hits away now...

BRH: 147-3 after 18 overs

17.6 Daniel Sams to Peirson, 2 runs, make that two in a row now! Another slower full ball just outside off, Peirson knocks it into the mid-wicket pocket and calls for two almost instantly. Easily done

17.5 Daniel Sams to Peirson, 2 runs, smart running! Full and just outside off, Peirson gets across and knocks it in front of deep square, Doggett was too deep and the duo didn't miss out on stealing a second

17.4 Daniel Sams to Peirson, no run, full and wide of off, Peirson jams the drive to backward point

17.3 Daniel Sams to Peirson, FOUR, poor execution from Daniel Sams. Peirson was expecting the slower ball and sat deep inside the crease, Sams bowls it wide and Peirson had all the time in the world to crunch a drive in the gap through extra cover

17.2 Daniel Sams to Heazlett, 1 run, full at the stumps, slogged away wide of long-on to his left

17.1 Daniel Sams to Heazlett, no run, slower length delivery outside off, Heazlett looks to work it on the leg-side and gets beaten on the under edge

27/0 off the two overs of powersurge. The Heat have this game in the pocket now you'd think

BRH: 138-3 after 17 overs

16.6 Milne to Heazlett, 1 run, slower full ball at the stumps, Heazlett chips the flick to the left of square leg

16.5 Milne to Peirson, 1 run, slower short ball outside off, Peirson pulls it in front of deep mid-wicket