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Rilee Rossouw was unbeaten on 100 off 51 balls (Pic courtesy: BPL)

Chittagong Vikings vs Rangpur riders

Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers, two of the biggest names on the T20 circuit, but it will fail Rangpur-driver-found-hero in the form of Alex Hales and Rilee Rossouw on the night to give him a 72-run loss to Chittagong Vikings. In a very rare occurrence for a T20 game , both Hales and Rossouw hundreds, managed to score a flurry of sixes to excite the crowd. During the South African brought up his century in the last over to remain unbeaten on 100 from 51 balls, the England batsman made an identical score in three smaller deliveries and dismissed was 15.

Both batsman on a map, and added 174 only 78 deliveries runs and hit a total of 11 sixes to blow Vikings. In the end, the Riders released a mammoth-239 on the Board in their quota of 20 overs. The Vikings had to hit play at a high tempo from the start and, in this respect, Mohammad Shahzad, a pair of sixes at the start, but could not go on with Farhad Reza castling him. With Sikandar Raza also fall soon, Vikings were on the backfoot early.

Mushfiqur Rahim threatened briefly with three sixes, but the procession continued, at one end, with the batsman otherwise, for the conservation of the rush. Opener Yasir Ali made a practical contribution at the other end, but the result was a foregone conclusion very early in the persecution, in spite of his efforts, as the Vikings were 167/8 limited at the end.

Brief score: Rangpur riders 239/4 in 20 overs (Alex Hales 100, Rilee Rossouw 100*; Abu Jayed 2-35) beat Chittagong Vikings 167/8 in 20 overs (Yasir Ali 78; Mashrafe Mortaza 3-34, Farhad Reza 2-29) by 72 runs

Sylhet Sixers vs Rajshahi kings

Veteran Pakistan seamer Sohail Tanvir made important contributions to both with bat and ball, Sylhet Sixers just their third win of the 2019 BPL. Having already lost six games in the tournament, were the Sixers in a difficult situation in front of the contest against a team that had tasted mixed results this season. Rajshahi kings made a great start to the game Sabbir Rahman and Liton get rid of The powerplay, but Jason Roy, batting at number three, kept the scorecard moving in addition to Afif Hossain.

Kings pull things back with some regular strikes during the second half of the innings as Nicholas Pooran error off the tee after hitting a couple of sixes. Kings would have dreamed of, to restrict himself Sixers a total of less than 160 but Tanvir changed the complexion of the game in the last two overs. The 34-year-old found the boundary four times in just ten balls and remained unbeaten (23 guide his side to an impressive 180.

Tanvir from forward, the momentum and struck in the first over of the pursuit, and with Mominul Haque is also the departure in the third, the kings were on the backfoot from the start. While Fazle Mahmud struck fifty, he could not get support from the other end. Tanvir came back at the death to add two wickets in his name, as the Kings were out, overwhelmed for just 104 with ten balls in the innings, losing is run by a huge margin of 76.

Brief scores: Sylhet Sixers 180/6 in 20 overs (Jason Roy 42, Afif Hossain 28; Mustafizur Rahman 2-43) beat Rajshahi Kings 104 of 18.2 overs (Fazle Mahmud 50; Sohail Tanvir 3-17, Mohammad Nawaz 3-22) by 76 runs.

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