Trinbago Knight Riders won by 4 wickets. The initial target setting and the later chase were thrilling. Both teams played their best.
The second innings began with Lendl Simmons and Sunil Narine are at the crease. Naveen-ul-Haq opened the attack. Initial overs went smooth for Trinbago Knight Riders. It saw Chris Green play, who has remodeled his action after it was deemed illegal earlier this year. But his bowling at the 4th over resulted in dual four by Lendl Simmons. No sooner, Imran Tahir got his wicket – one wicket down with the catch.
Sunil Narine hit a four after Colin Munro stepped in. It seemed unlucky for Guyana Amazon Warriors that the duo kept improving the score with fours and sixes. At the end of six overs, Trinbago Knight Riders needed 100 runs in 66 balls.
Colin Munro’s hit was then caught by Brandon King. The score became 56/2. Later Darren Bravo joined Sunil Narine to bat for the team. The partnership resulted in Sunil Narine’s half-century and the team’s century. The TKR batsmen had to stop with a fifty, caught by Keemo Paul. The captain Kieron Pollard stepped in order to take the game forward.
When it was just three more overs to go, the score was TKR 122/3 VS GUY 144/5. Very next update in the game was Brandon King’s amazing catch that took Kieron Pollard’s wicket. Tim Seifert came in to play further along with Darren Bravo. This pair didn’t last for long as Brandon King got another wicket-taking catch. Dwayne Bravo and Darren Bravo took the score ahead. After the penultimate over, Trinbago Knight Riders needed 5 runs in 6 balls. Naveen-ul-Haq was on the attack. The Bravo duo took two singles and the partnership broke with Darren Bravo’s wicket. Sikandar Raza came in to compete and complete the innings. A four by Dwayne Bravo got victory to Trinbago Knight Riders.