Chris Morris gave an aggressive send-off to Gloucestershire batsman

Chris Morris gave an aggressive send-off to Gloucestershire batsman

Chris Morris gave an aggressive send-off to Gloucestershire batsman(Pic source : Twitter/Vitality Blast)

During a T20 blast match between Hampshire versus Gloucestershire, Chris Morris gave an aggressive send-off to Gloucestershire wicket-keeper batsman James Bracey. James Bracey was batting on 64 runs, and Chris Morris came to bowl. James played a shot and Chris Morris took a catch in his bowling and then gave an angry send-off to James Bracey.

In this match, Hampshire won the toss and opted to bat first. They got a good start and lost only one wicket in the power-play. Their opening batsman Aneurin Donald scored 44 runs in just 23 balls with the help of 5 fours and two sixes.  Hampshire set the target of 140 runs for Gloucestershire. In the bowling for Gloucestershire, Chris Liddle took three wickets while Zak Chappell, Tom Smith and Andrew Tye took one wicket each.

Gloucestershire could not get a good start in the chase and lost the early wicket of Miles Hammond. After that, Michael Klinger and James Bracey added 102 runs for the second wicket. Michael Klinger got out after scoring 40 runs. Gloucestershire won the match by seven wickets. At the end of Gloucestershire inning, Ryan Higgins scored 12 runs in just six balls with the help of one four and one six and completed the chase.

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In the Bowling for Hampshire, Chris Morris took two wickets while Liam Dawson picked one wicket, but it was not enough to defend the target. James Bracey awarded with the player of the match award for his outstanding inning. He scored 64 runs in 40 balls with the help of nine fours.

Here the Video of Chris Morris send-off:-

Gloucestershire will play their next T20 blast game against Somerset today while Hampshire will play their next T20 Blast Game against Surrey today.

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