The opening match of BBL was always been thrilling and exciting and the story never written off. This time also this brings with a lethargic event in the new season of BBL. Yesterday Hobart Hurricanes kick started their journey with bang win over the defending champions of BBL Sydney Sixers. The match was filled with many kick-ass moments as they were lots of brilliant performances but the apex positioned inning was played by none other than Singaporean cricketer Tim David. He was played amazingly.
The way Tim David batted in the death overs was really appreciable. The 24 year old batsman was the crucial performer. With his immense effect Team could stand on a defending total of 178 in the first innings. It was raining boundaries in the death overs. Even the bowlers of Sydney Sixers were also seemed helpless in front of this young bud.
Viral Video of BBL Commentary Panel
Hobart Hurricanes won by 16 runs against Sydney Sixers in the opening match of BBL. Hobart Hurricanes star performer was Tim David. He played an phenomenal explosive knock of 58 runs in just 33 balls by hitting eight boundaries and one six which took team to the total of 178. With the help of his innings, Sydney Sixers were no longer in the part of that appropriate chase and fell short by 16 runs.
Here is the Video of No-look six of Andre Fletcher:-
He's back in the pavilion now, but how about this no-look six from The Spiceman 😲😝
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) December 11, 2020
Tim David was given as the Player of the Match Award for his amazing batting whereas James Faulkner, Australian pacer was the performer from the ball as he was good in bowling and kept taking wickets at crucial moments. He took 2 wickets by just conceding 22 runs in his four overs. He took an early wicket of Joshua Philippe with an elegance and later on took the most important wicket of Sydney Sixers, James Vince who was playing a brilliant knock of 67 runs in just 41 balls. With the help of Faulkner, Vince got out otherwise the match was just marching towards the victory of Sydney Sixers.